Archaeology in Jordan (AIJ) is an open-access (OA) report published by The American Center of Research every two years to raise scholarly awareness of archaeological and cultural resource management projects being carried out in Jordan and to make this information accessible to a wider audience.
Initiated in 2018, this journal provides continuity with the “Archaeology in Jordan” series edited by American Center of Research staff and affiliates and published in the American Journal of Archaeology (AJA) between 1991 and 2016. All twenty-two past editions are now open access through links on our past issues page or through AJA Online.
From the menu below, you can access the entire content of the freestanding journal.
Ordinarily, submissions for AIJ are due February 1 in even-numbered years (2024, 2026, etc.) and should report on activities from the preceding two years (2022–2023, 2024–2025, etc.). However, the deadline for AIJ 3 (covering work in 2020–2021) is 1 April 2022.
An example of how to cite an article in Archaeology of Jordan:
Corbett, G. J. and Green, J. D. M. 2018. “Petra: Temple of the Winged Lions.” Archaeology in Jordan 1: 86–87.
—Pearce Paul Creasman, John D. M. Green, and China P. Shelton
Editors, Archaeology in Jordan