Issues dating back to 1983 are available to read, browse and search seamlessly across web, iOS and Android devices.
Produced by the Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland and published by Wordwell Ltd., the JIA is a peer-reviewed, annual journal, comprising articles about Irish archaeology and related topics. The editorship of the journal changes every two years, rotating between the archaeology teaching staff in third-level institutions on the island of Ireland.
The new digital resource is available to individuals and institutions around the world. Advanced navigational features such as linked contents pages, Boolean search and cross-platform compatibility make the resource ideal for those with an interest in Irish archaeology, or indeed wider archaeological subject areas, says Exact Editions.
Nick Maxwell at Wordwell Ltd commented: “The new archive showcases an annual snapshot of up-to-date Irish archaeological research over the past three decades. The plans, maps and photographs that accompany the reports are perfectly displayed on the Exact Editions online reader and really enhance the reading experience.”
Managing Director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, said: “The JIA will be an excellent addition to any institutional library that supplies the resources for archaeology courses, and a vital research tool for any individual with an interest in the subject.”
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