Volumes 1-3 for 2019-2021 of the innovative and interdisciplinary open-access academic journal, the Offa’s Dyke Journal, have now been published online. Furthermore, each volume is available to purchase as hard copies via Archaeopress’s website.
Volumes 1-3 are each co-edited by Professor Howard Williams and Liam Delaney under the auspices of the Offa’s Dyke Collaboratory: a research network set up in 2017 to support dialogue and projects focusing on the Anglo-Welsh borderlands in the Early Middle Ages and comparable themes and case studies. Together, ODJ has published 23 articles on linear monuments and their landscape contexts so far.
2022 is set to see further exciting developments with ODJ since volume 4 for 2022 is forthcoming by the late summer/early autumn. This will be a special issue containing the select proceedings of a conference organised by Dr Ben Guy at the University of Cambridge in 2020.
Liam and I are delighted to be now inviting submissions for ODJ 5 for 2023. Our submission deadline is 1 October 2022.
Submission details can be found here. You will see we welcome notes of up to 3,000 words, interim reports up to 5,000 words, and original articles up to 10,000 words.