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Rivista della Scuola di Specializzazione in Beni Archeologici delle Università di Trieste, Udine, Venezia Ca’Foscari


1. Aims and scope

«West & East» is the organ of the Post-graduate Archaeological School of the Universities of Trieste, Udine and Venice Ca’ Foscari (SISBA). It is an on-line journal released once in a year, usually at the end of the year, on the digital platform OpenstarTs – Edizioni Università di Trieste (EUT).

«West & East» aims to promote studies and scientific research in every branch of Archaeology by disseminating in full Open Access significant pieces of scholarship concerning Mediterranean and Near-Eastern cultures and their reciprocal relationships from Prehistory to the Middle Ages.

2. Publishing policy

«West & East» publishes studies that critically discuss topics concerning art and archaeology of the above mentioned subject area and periods. Studies that involve the application of scientific disciplines (e.g. archaeometric analyses) are also welcome, as well as field reports, provided that they give a critical account of the achieved results. «West & East» does not publish, unless very special cases, bibliographic notes and reviews; popularizing papers; translations; essays with a predominant philosophical approach, even if concerning ancient and/or medieval artefacts.

3. Publishing ethics

Authors submitting manuscripts must sign an authorship declaration by which they agree upon and accept the standards of expected ethical behaviour as defined in the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) Best Practice Guidelines. These standards include primarily: 1) original scholarly contents; 2) fair and sound fashion in language; 3) abstention from plagiarism, self-plagiarism and text-recycling; 4) exhaustive references in discussing previous and contemporary scholarship. Authors must therefore prevent any business, academic or personal need from interfering with intellectual standards of their works. «West & East» considers these standards as an essential component of scholarly communication, thus reserves the right to reject any submission which does not meet them, even in case of favourable assessments by referees.

4. Submission, Peer-reviewing

Manuscripts must be submitted to the Editor or Editorial Secretary in one of these languages: English (best option), French, German and Italian. Other lnaguages may be accepted in some specific cases at Editor’s discretion. An English abstract of max. 200 words is required. «West & East» adopts an anonymous referee system by applying the "double-blind" peer-review procedure (reviewer and author remain mutually anonymous). Reviewers are chosen among qualified scholars who have the subject expertise required to carry out a proper assessment. They are listed on each issue masthead.

5. Copyright

All products in the journal are released with a Creative Commons license (CC BY-NC-SA 2.5 IT)

6. Guidelines for authors (in Italian)


Managing Director / Direttore responsabile(Journal & Supplements)

Bruno Callegher (Università di Trieste)

bcallegher@units.it; phone: +39 040 558 2856

Editor / Direttore scientifico (Journal & Supplements)

Ludovico Rebaudo (Università di Udine)

ludovico.rebaudo@uniud.it; phone: +39 0432 55 6177

Assistant Editor / Segretario di Redazione (Journal & Supplements)

Marco Iamoni (Università di Udine)

marco.iamoni@uniud.it; phone: +39 0432 55 6179

Web-managing / Gestione Web (Journal & Supplements)

Sara Bini (SISBA)

sarabini87@gmail.com; phone: +39 349 4465008

Editorial Board / Redazione (Journal & Supplements)

Elisabetta Borgna (Università di Udine)

elisabetta.borgna@uniud.it ; phone: +39 0432 55 6165

Simonetta Minguzzi (Università di Udine)

simonetta.minguzzi@uniud.it; phone: +39 0432 55 6175

Franco Zanini (Elettra Sicrotrone Trieste)

franco.zanini@elettra.eu ; phone: +39 040 375 8096; +39 040 375 8558

Editorial Board / Redazione (Supplements - Monografie).

Manuela Montagnari Kokelj (Università di Trieste)

montagna@units.it; phone: +39 040 558 2853

Daniele Morandi Bonacossi (Università di Udine)

daniele.morandi@uniud.it; phone +39 0432 55 6631;

Andrea Saccocci (Università di Udine)

andrea.saccocci@uniud.it; phone: +39 0432 55 6634

Luigi Sperti (Università Ca' Foscari Venezia);

sperti@unive.it; phone: +39041 234 6370

Advisory Board

Stephen Bourke (University of Sidney)

stephen.bourke@sidney.edu.au; phone: +61 2 9351 4151

Aaron A. Burke (University of California, Los Angeles)

aaburke@ucla.edu; phone: +1 310 206 7218

Filippo Maria Carinci (Università Ca' Foscari Venezia)

carfilm@unive.it; phone: +39 041 234 6370

Bojan Djurič (Univerza v Ljbljani / University of Ljubljana, Emeritus)

Bojan.Djuric@ff.uni-lj.si; phone +386 01 241 1562

Jan Driessen (Université Catholique de Louvain)

jan.driessen@uclouvain.be; phone 010 47 48 80

Mario Fales (Università di Udine)

mario.fales@uniud.it; phone: +39 0432 55 6643

Robert Matijašić (Sveučilište Jurja Dobrile u Puli / Juraj Dobrila University of Pula)

robert.matijasic@unipu.hr; phone +386 052 377552

Augusta McMahon (University of Cambridge)

amm36@cam.ac.uk ; phone: +44 01223 333526

Maria Chiara Monaco (Università della Basilicata)

mariachiara.monaco@unibas.it; phone: +0971 202317

Monika Verzár (Università di Trieste)

verzar@units.it; phone: +39 040 366837