Heritage Management is a global, peer-reviewed journal that provides a venue for using scholarly, professional, and indigenous knowledge to address broader societal concerns about managing cultural heritage. It will address issues of resource management, cultural preservation and revitalization, education, legal/legislative developments, public archaeology, and ethics. The journal presents an engaging forum for those who work with governmental and tribal agencies, museums, private CRM firms, indigenous communities, and colleges and universities. It will facilitate a multivocal arena for disseminating and critically discussing cultural heritage management issues collaboratively among professionals and stakeholders.
Heritage Management will include peer-reviewed research on policy, legislation, ethics, and methods in heritage management and will showcase exemplary projects and models of public interpretation and interaction. A peer-reviewed Forum section presents position statements and responses on key current issues. The journal also includes reviews of books, web pages, exhibits, and resources in various media.
Submission Guidelines: Heritage Management welcomes submission of original manuscripts of no more than 30 double spaced pages that focus on management of the world’s heritage resources. All manuscripts are subject to anonymous peer review by knowledgeable scholars and professional practitioners and, if accepted, may be subject to revision. Materials submitted to HMJ should not be under consideration by other publishers, nor should they be previously published in any form. Submissions should include an original manuscript sent via email in MS Word or RTF format. Manuscripts should be submitted with low resolution illustrations that can be easily be transmitted via email. They should include a title page that has the article title, names, and full contact information of all authors; and an abstract of no more than 200 words.
Manuscript style generally should conform to Society for American Archaeology Style Guide. Non-conforming manuscripts will be returned to the author(s) for revision. Additional details concerning preparation of final manuscripts accepted for publication can be located at Left Coast Press or from the editors. For other questions and correspondence, contact one of the co-editors, Kelley Hays-Gilpin and George Gumerman IV at Northern Arizona University
The journal will be published semi-annually in March and September, 288 pages per volume, starting in March 2008. One year subscription prices: Individuals: $40; Heritage Orgs: $89 (paper), $140 (paper and electronic); Institutions: $149 (paper), $249 (paper and electronic).