LEMA Studies in the Archaeology & History of the Levantine & Eastern Mediterranean (Journal)

Sowada, K. (Reviewer)

Activity: Peer-review and editorial of research outputsEditorial work


Member, Advisory Committee of LEMA, a book series that explores the archaeology and history of the Eastern Mediterranean (from Northern Egypt and the North-Eastern African Coast, across the Levant and into Greece and the Southern Balkans) from the Lower Palaeolithic until the Hellenistic Period. This series aims to bring together regions that have traditionally been treated as separate entities by different disciplines, but that from at least the Bronze Age onwards were in fact closely linked —connections attested to not only by material culture but also through the exchange of ideas and technology transfer. Covering archaeology, history, and cognate disciplines, LEMA welcomes both studies of individual sites within the geographical and chronological boundaries, as well as synthetic overviews covering smaller parts of the study area. Studies focusing on interregional contacts within the Eastern Mediterranean(and beyond) are particularly welcome. Together with its companion series ARATTA, ARAXES, OXUS, and SUBARTU, LEMA forms part of the ARWA collection associated with the International Association for Archaeological Research in Western & Central Asia.
Period2021 → …
Type of journalBook series
Degree of RecognitionInternational