Alabama Archaeological Society Publications
AAS members receive six issues of the Stones & Bones newsletter throughout the year and the Journal of Alabama Archaeology.
Past issues of the Stones & Bones newsletter are available here.
To receive upcoming issues of the journal and the newsletter, Join AAS
The Journal of Alabama Archaeology
The Journal of Alabama Archaeology remains the primary forum for the publication of papers on the prehistoric and historic archaeology of Alabama, however papers on related topics in the Southeast are welcome. Papers from students, amateur, and professional archaeologists are solicited. Download the current Guidelines For Authors here or contact the journal editors at firstname.lastname@example.org
Many past issues of the Journal of Alabama Archaeology are available for purchase. Download the current price list of available issues. Send your request and your check to:
Alabama Archaeological Society
UWA Station 22
University of West Alabama
Livingston, AL 35470
Occasionally, the Alabama Archaeological Society lends editorial support for publications on Alabama archaeological research topics.
Most recently, the Alabama Archaeological Society provided editorial assistance and contributions for David Johnson’s new book (2017): Alabama’s Prehistoric Indians and Artifacts.
This volume is a field guide for artifacts from all around the state including projectile points, stone tools, and pottery with tips on collecting, recording, and learning. It includes maps and information about various public archaeological sites. An easily understandable one-stop reference for Alabama archaeology, and best of all, all proceeds from sales of the book go to the Alabama Archaeological Society! Click here to find it on Amazon.com.
ATTENTION*** The second edition of Alabama’s Prehistoric Indians and Artifacts is now available! You can find it on amazon here.
If you would like the Alabama Archaeological Society to consider lending editorial support to your upcoming research volume, please contact the current President of the society.