Arkæologi i Slesvig / Archäologie in Schleswig

The symposium "Arkæologi i Slesvig / Archeology in Schleswig" serves the scientific examination of archeology in the borders of the old Duchy of Schleswig and the present-day Sønderjylland region from the Stone Age to the present. Current excavations and research problems will be presented and discussed biennal. The site is located just a few kilometers south of the German-Danish border Jaruplund Højskole. The proceeds of the symposium are published every two years in the form of a small-format, partially colored publication in German and Danish as well as English summaries. For quality assurance purposes, a peer review process takes the form of a double blind appraisal. The organization of the meetings as well as the editorial and graphic processing of the print contributions is carried out by a team of six, consisting of three Danish scientists from the Museum Sønderjylland - Arkæologi Haderslev (Lilian Matthes, Pernille Kruse and Mette Nissen), two German scientists (Tobias Schade and Michaela Schimmer) and the graphic designer Ralf Opitz (all from the Institute for Prehistoric and Protohistoric History of the Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel).

The event orientation and printing are sponsored by the Museum Sønderjylland - Arkæologi Haderslev, the Schleswig-Holstein Archaeological State Office and the Archaeological State Museum Schloss Gottorf.

published issues until 2016