SEAA

SEAA Society for East Asian Archaeology

Contents

Members' Area Bulletin Notice Board
List of Members Reports Lectures & Conferences
Member News Book Reviews Exhibition News
  Places of Interest Jobs & Grants
    Journal Update
    Dissertation Abstracts
    New Books
    Noteworthies
     
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Members' Area

 

 

List of Members

The member list comprises the profiles of SEAA members, such as name, title, affiliation, fields of interest, contact address, e-mail, and URL. When your located in East Asia, or you actually come from East Asia please include original script (Chinese, Korean, Japanese) in your name (and address). As of September 2006, the data is collected from the membership subscription forms. You can have your profile changed at any time. When you're already a member, and your profile is not included in the List of Members, or your affiliation etc. has changed, just send an e-mail with the new data to the editor. Use capital letters for your surname. If you wish to include a photo of you in your profile, send it separately as .jpg-file (no larger than 1 MB).

Submit all contributions in an e-mail or attached as .txt, .rtf, or .doc-file clearly labeled (e.g. member-memberlist.doc) to the editor. When original script is included, please use .rtf, or .doc-file.

 


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Member News

New affiliation? New fieldwork? New job? New book? Grant received? Staying abroad? Just graduated? New member?

Share the latest news of your work with your colleagues and send a brief notice to the editor.

For new members, please introduce yourself and tell us more about what you're currently doing (e.g. fields of interest, current research projects, course of study, future plans etc.).

Use capital letters for surnames. Original script (Chinese, Korean, Japanese) for East Asian place names, personal names, or archaeological terms is encouraged (.doc or .rtf is required for texts including original script). For the transcription of East Asian language terms, Pinyin for Chinese, Hepburn for Japanese, and the Korean Government System (2000) for Korean is encouraged.

Contributions should be limited to 250 words. For longer descriptions of your projects, you may consider the Reports section of the Bulletin (BSEAA). For summaries of dissertations or new books, you can also use the Notice Board.

If you wish to include (up to five) photos in the Member News, send them separately as .jpg-files (no larger than 1 MB).

Text should be sent in an e-mail or attached as .txt, .rtf, or .doc-file and clearly labeled (e.g. author-member-news.doc). Submit all contributions to the editor.

The editor(s) reserves the right to carry out minor editing, or to decline contributions inappropriate to the objectives of SEAA.

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Bulletin of the Society for East Asian Archaeology (BSEAA)

 

 

The Bulletin of the Society for East Asian Archaeology (BSEAA) is dedicated to smaller contributions of various types, such as field reports, research project outlines, book reviews, museum roundups, site descriptions, reflections on various issues in East Asian archaeology, or whatever you feel is worth sharing with your colleagues and the interested public.
There will be a PDF-file including all Reports and Reviews with pagination to download at the end of each year.

 

Reports

Field Reports   Research Reports Conference Reports

Manuscripts for the Reports section of the Bulletin of the Society for East Asian Archaeology (BSEAA) should be at least 500 words in length. For briefer contributions you may consider the Membership News, or the Notice Board. Authors should indicate, which part of the Bulletin their contribution is meant for. Title of manuscript, name and affiliation of author should precede the text.

Use capital letters for surnames. Original script (Chinese, Korean, Japanese) for East Asian place names, personal names, or archaeological terms is encouraged (.doc or .rtf is required for texts including original script). For the transcription of East Asian language terms, Pinyin for Chinese, Hepburn for Japanese, and the Korean Government System (2000) for Korean is encouraged.

Use endnotes instead of footnotes. Use brief references in brackets in the running text for direct or indirect citations (e.g. NAME 2005:4-16). All references cited in the text must be listed in alphabetic order at the end of the text, and with full bibliographic information.


References:
Books should appear as SURNAME, Name year, book title: subtitle. Place of publishing: publisher. (for East Asian language titles add a second line with the original script).
Books in a series should appear as SURNAME, Name year, book title: subtitle. Place of publishing: publisher, title of series, Vol., No. (For East Asian language titles add a second line in original script).
Articles or chapters in an edited book should appear as SURNAME, Name year, title of article/chapter: subtitle of article/chapter. In: SURNAME, Name (and Name SURNAME) (ed./eds.), book title: subtitle, Place of publishing: publisher, p.-p.. (For East Asian language titles add a second line in original script).
Articles in journals should appear as SURNAME, Name year, title of article: subtitle of article. In: journal title, Vol., No.: p.-p.. (For East Asian language titles add a second line in original script).
Unpublished thesis should appear as SURNAME, Name year, title of thesis: subtitle of thesis. Unpublished M.A./PhD. thesis, Dep. of, University of, City, Country. (For East Asian language titles add a second line in original script).

Text should be sent as .txt, .rtf, or .doc-file and clearly labeled (e.g. author-bseaa-report.doc). If you wish to include Chinese, Korean or Japanese script  .rtf-file or word.doc is required. Photos or figures should be sent separately as .jpg-files (e.g. author-fig1.jpg) (no larger than 1 MB). For figures please include scale bars in metric unit. List copyright or/and photographer and captions in an additional .txt, .rtf, or .doc-file. Copyright should be cleared or held by the author. Responsibility for copyright compliance remains with the author.

Submit all contributions to the editor.

The Bulletin of the Society for East Asian Archaeology (BSEAA) is not peer-reviewed. The editor(s), however, reserves the right to seek for additional opinion, to edit the manuscripts, or to decline the publication of manuscripts inappropriate to the aims and objectives of SEAA.

 


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Book Reviews

Manuscripts for the Book Reviews section of the Bulletin of the Society for East Asian Archaeology (BSEAA) should be limited to 1500 words in length. For a mere summary of a new book or for advertising a new book of yours use the New Books section of the Notice Board. Authors should indicate, which part of the Bulletin their contribution is meant for. Title of manuscript, name and affiliation of author should precede the text.

Use capital letters for surnames. Original script (Chinese, Korean, Japanese) for East Asian place names, personal names, or archaeological terms is encouraged (.doc or .rtf is required for texts including original script). For the transcription of East Asian language terms, Pinyin for Chinese, Hepburn for Japanese, and the Korean Government System (2000) for Korean is encouraged.

Use endnotes instead of footnotes. Use brief references in brackets in the running text for direct or indirect citations (e.g. NAME 2005:4-16). All references cited in the text must be listed in alphabetic order at the end of the text, and with full bibliographic information.

References:
Books should appear as SURNAME, Name year, book title: subtitle. Place of publishing: publisher. (for East Asian language titles add a second line with the original script).
Books in a series should appear as SURNAME, Name year, book title: subtitle. Place of publishing: publisher, title of series, Vol., No.. (For East Asian language titles add a second line in original script).
Articles or chapters in an edited book should appear as SURNAME, Name year, title of article/chapter: subtitle of article/chapter. In: SURNAME, Name (and Name SURNAME) (ed./eds.), book title: subtitle, Place of publishing: publisher, p.-p.. (For East Asian language titles add a second line in original script).
Articles in journals should appear as SURNAME, Name (year), title of article: subtitle of article. In: journal title, Vol., No.: p.-p.. (For East Asian language titles add a second line in original script).
Unpublished thesis should appear as SURNAME, Name year, title of thesis: subtitle of thesis. Unpublished M.A./PhD. thesis, Dep. of, University of, City, Country. (For East Asian language titles add a second line in original script).

Text should be sent as .txt, .rtf, or .doc-file and clearly labeled (e.g. author-bseaa-report.doc). If you wish to include Chinese, Korean or Japanese script  .rtf-file or word.doc is required. A photo of the book cover would be nice. Send the photo separately as .jpg-file (e.g. author-bookcover.jpg) (no larger than 1 MB).

Submit all contributions to the editor.

The Bulletin of the Society for East Asian Archaeology (BSEAA) is not peer-reviewed. The editor(s), however, reserves the right to seek for additional opinion, to edit the manuscripts, or to decline the publication of manuscripts inappropriate to the aims and objectives of SEAA.

 


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Places of Interest

You know an interesting museum with East Asian artefacts outside East Asia? You paid a visit to an archaeological museum or archive within East Asia? You visited an archaeology park or the ruins of a historical site?

Share your experiences with your colleagues, and send a description of that place of interest to the editor. Pictures are welcome! Don't forget to include information about opening hours, entrance fees, guides and if extant, the URL of the museum/archive/site.

Manuscripts for the Places of Interest section of the Bulletin of the Society for East Asian Archaeology (BSEAA) should be limited to 1500 words in length. Title of manuscript, name and affiliation of author should precede the text.

Use capital letters for surnames. Original script (Chinese, Korean, Japanese) for East Asian place names, personal names, or archaeological terms is encouraged (.doc or .rtf is required for texts including original script). For the transcription of East Asian language terms, Pinyin for Chinese, Hepburn for Japanese, and the Korean Government System (2000) for Korean is encouraged.

Text should be sent as .txt, .rtf, or .doc-file and clearly labeled (e.g. author-museum.doc). If you wish to include Chinese, Korean or Japanese script  .rtf-file or word.doc is required. Photos, figures or tables should be sent separately as .jpg-files (e.g. author-fig1.jpg) (no larger than 1 MB). List copyright or/and photographer and captions in an additional .txt, .rtf, or .doc-file. Copyright should be cleared or held by the author. Responsibility for copyright compliance remains with the author.

Submit all contributions to the editor.

The Bulletin of the Society for East Asian Archaeology (BSEAA) is not peer-reviewed. The editor(s), however, reserves the right to seek for additional opinion, to edit the manuscripts, or to decline the publication of manuscripts inappropriate to the aims and objectives of SEAA.

 

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Notice Board

 

 

Lectures & Conferences

The Conference Announcements pages contains announcements of workshops, conferences and congresses fully or in parts connected to East Asian archaeology or to one of its regional archaeologies or disciplines. Conferences of a more general kind, on the archaeology of other areas or on art history are only included when a SEAA member is actively participating or otherwise interested in having the event posted.

Please include date, organizer/institution, title of event, location, URL, and any additional information you have, such as call for papers, program, panels etc.

Text should be sent in an e-mail or attached as .txt, .rtf, or .doc-file and clearly labeled (e.g. contributor-conference.doc). Submit all contributions to the editor.

 

The Lecture Announcements pages contains announcements of lectures or lecture series fully or in parts connected to East Asian archaeology or to one of its regional archaeologies or disciplines.

Please include name of lecturer (SURNAME, Name) title of lecture, organizer/institution, date, location, URL, and, if extant, an abstract of the lecture.

Text should be sent in an e-mail or attached as .txt, .rtf, or .doc-file and clearly labeled (e.g. contributor-lecture.doc). Submit all contributions to the editor.

 

The Papers read section lists recent papers given by members of SEAA. Abstracts are welcome

Please include presenter's name (SURNAME, Name), paper title, congress/event, date and location and URL, and, if extant, an abstract of the Paper.

Text should be sent in an e-mail or attached as .txt, .rtf, or .doc-file and clearly labeled (e.g. contributor-paper.doc). Submit all contributions to the editor.


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Exhibition & Museum News

The Exhibition and Museum News section contains information on current exhibitions fully or in parts connected to East Asian archaeology or to one of its regional archaeologies or disciplines.
Please include country, town, museum, original title of the exhibition (and English translation), date, URL. A brief description of the exhibition (possibly from the museum's webpage) is welcome. Information on the exhibition catalogue (title, price, cover picture), and a picture of the poster (as .jpg-files) are welcome.

This section is also open for museum news, such as announcements of recently opened museum, re-openings, acquisitions, co-operations etc.

Text should be sent in an e-mail or attached as .txt, .rtf, or .doc-file and clearly labeled (e.g. contributor-exhibition.doc). Submit all contributions to the editor.


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Jobs & Grants

The Jobs and Grants section contains information on position vacancies and grants.

Please forward position or grant announcements that reached you with an e-mail to the editor, or make use of this section for job and grant announcements connected to your institution.

Text should be sent in an e-mail or attached as .txt, .rtf, or .doc-file and clearly labeled (e.g. contributor-jobs.doc). Submit all contributions to the editor.


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Journal Update

The Journal Update section in the first place addresses editors of respective journals. If you wish to have your journal included in the Journal Update section, please send a hardcopy of the latest issue, or the bibliographic details, and a western language table of contents as .txt-file, .rtf-file or word.doc 

Please don't send photocopies. Include URL if extant.

Welcome are all journals regularly containing articles on East Asian archaeology or prehistory. For Korean, Chinese or Japanese language journals a western language table of contents and/or western abstracts are necessary to have them included in this section. A cover picture is welcome. Please send pictures as .jpg file.

Use capital letters for surnames.
Text should be sent in an e-mail or attached as .txt, .rtf, or .doc-file and clearly labeled (e.g. contributor-journal.doc). Submit all contributions to the editor.


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Dissertation Abstracts

The EAANnouncements discontinued in autumn 1998. Abstracts of dissertations on East Asian archaeology and prehistory have not been compiled nor published systematically since. This section therefore provides not only abstracts of current MA and PhD thesis. It is dedicated to also include information on thesis completed in the years 1998 to 2006.

Please include author's name, year, university, country, title (and kind) of thesis, abstract (up to 400 words).
In case your thesis was published, please include the bibliographic details.

Use capital letters for surnames. Original script (Chinese, Korean, Japanese) for East Asian place names, personal names, or archaeological terms is encouraged (.doc or .rtf is required for texts including original script). For the transcription of East Asian language terms, Pinyin for Chinese, Hepburn for Japanese, and the Korean Government System (2000) for Korean is encouraged.

Text should be sent in an e-mail or attached as .txt, .rtf, or .doc-file and clearly labeled (e.g. author-diss-abstract.doc). Submit all contributions to the editor.
The editor(s) reserves the right to carry out minor editing, or to decline contributions inappropriate to the objectives of SEAA.


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New Books

The New Books section contains information on new books in western languages fully or in parts connected to East Asian archaeology or to one of its regional archaeologies or disciplines. Welcome are monographs, books in a series, edited books, conference proceedings and museum catalogues etc. (even if unavailable in the book trade).
You can forward information on respective books you come across, or use this section for advertising your own book. Include bibliographic details and description (size, price, ISBN etc.), and table of contents if available. Summaries should be limited to 400 words. A picture of the cover (as .jpg file) is welcome.
For book reviews please consider the Book Review section of the Bulletin (BSEAA).

Use capital letters for surnames. Original script (Chinese, Korean, Japanese) for East Asian place names, personal names, or archaeological terms is encouraged (.doc or .rtf is required for texts including original script). For the transcription of East Asian language terms, Pinyin for Chinese, Hepburn for Japanese, and the Korean Government System (2000) for Korean is encouraged.

Text should be sent in an e-mail or attached as .txt, .rtf, or .doc-file and clearly labeled (e.g. contributor-new-book.doc). Submit all contributions to the editor.


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Noteworthies

The Noteworthies section comprises all news and information on East Asian archaeology which cannot be placed meaningfully in one of the other sections, such as the announcement of new institutes, websites, societies, university departments, or newspaper clippings (related to finds and excavations etc.), grants or prizes received, activities of archaeological institutes or societies, and so on. Pictures are welcome in this section.

Use capital letters for surnames. Original script (Chinese, Korean, Japanese) for East Asian place names, personal names, or archaeological terms is encouraged (.doc or .rtf is required for texts including original script). For the transcription of East Asian language terms, Pinyin for Chinese, Hepburn for Japanese, and the Korean Government System (2000) for Korean is encouraged.

Pictures should be sent as .jpg-files. Text should be sent in an e-mail or attached as .txt, .rtf, or .doc-file and clearly labeled (e.g. contributor-noteworthies.doc). Submit all contributions to the editor.