Current Forum Edition

FORUM – THE JOURNAL OF COUNCIL FOR BRITISH ARCHAEOLOGY YORKSHIRE

 

The 11th Edition 2023 Forum is now complete.  We are continuing to publish on-line with all the interactive advantages and access to external web based information via links in individual articles.

See below for the member’s access link. 

The 2022 is now part of the Forum /archive

The new edition will be made available to members through a membership password.
If you are reading this and you are not yet a member, why not join us.

After 12 months the password protection will be removed and the edition transferred to our archive pages and made publicly accessible.

FORUM is our flagship annual journal which brings the work of Community Archaeologists, Professional Archaeology Practitioners and Academic Researchers to the attention of members of CBA Yorkshire.

From 2019 the journal is being published on-line in order to take advantage of electronic publishing with opportunities to link with other on-line resources.  The reduction in distribution costs means that CBA(Y) now has more money to spend supporting primarily the work of community archaeology groups.

A decision was made early in the Covid first lockdown to publish on-line a series of ‘Forum’ Plus editions.  These are freely available to all and can be found on the Forum Plus Page

Following the continuation of special Covid measures, Forum Plus continued into 2021 and  the Forum 2020 edition cancelled due to the limited activity during the year.

Write for the FORUM Journal — We’ll help you spread the word!

Contributions are welcome from anybody involved in Yorkshire archaeology—fieldwork, research, community projects, education, commercial and developer-led activities. Items for the next volume should ideally be submitted by 31 October at the latest for publication in February the next year.

Not written before? Don’t be put off.
Editorial assistance is available on request to help aspiring writers showcase their work!

Contact associate.editor@cba-yorkshire.org.uk

Current Edition Content —  Available to CBA Yorkshire members  — Access Link

Remember: The password is case-sensitive and should not be shared with others!