Proceedings of ISA 2020/2022 will be published by Science and Technology of Archaeological Research (STAR), an open access journal by Taylor & Francis.

All papers presented at the ISA 2020/2022, either oral or poster can be submitted. The submitted papers will go through a peer reviewing system and, if accepted, will be published with no publication charge as this is part of the agreement ISA has with STAR to which we pay a certain amount of money drawn from the registration fees of the Symposium.


There are two important benefits for publishing your ISA paper in STAR:

  1. Every paper which is submitted goes through a reviewing process for the benefit of the authors and the quality of the Proceedings, and once accepted goes straight on to publication without waiting for all the papers of the conference to be submitted. The latter is the cause of delays for many conference proceedings. At the end all the papers are assembled together to form a special issue of the ISA Proceedings 2020/2022.
  1. STAR is an open access electronic journal and so all the papers published can be downloaded in full and free of charge by anyone in the World! This naturally increases the visibility of the papers, which is very beneficial to the authors but also to our Proceedings and the ISA.

Members of the ISA Standing Committee will take editorial care of your papers and guide the reviewing process with the help of specialist colleagues in the equivalent research subjects.



Instructions to authors that want to submit their paper for publishing in the ISA 2020/2022 proceedings

Once the abstract of your contribution has been accepted, you may submit your paper for publishing in the ISA 2020/2022 Proceedings. The electronic submission system of the journal is ready to accept your papers and you will find instructions to prepare your contribution in this link (http://www.edmgr.com/star). Please disregard costs in Article Publishing Charge section.

Instructions for Authors can be found in the following link of STAR:



Deadlines and further details will be informed during the Symposium.