IJNA members receive the International Journal of Nautical Archaeology published by Wiley on behalf of the NAS twice a year and/or online access to the journal and the full archive of articles published since 1974.
The International Journal of Nautical Archaeology (IJNA) was founded in 1972. It is published for the Nautical Archaeology Society by John Wiley & Sons Inc. The Society was founded in 1981 to further research in all aspects of nautical archaeology and to ensure the publication of results. The IJNA exists as a forum for the exchange of ideas and research relevant to all aspects of nautical archaeology.
The IJNA is published twice a year, officially on 1 March and 1 September, but usually slightly earlier. Each issue consists of 240 pages, with lots of illustrations, many in colour. Articles are published online as soon as they are ready, ahead of the print issues, and all NAS members who subscribe to the IJNA have online access to this material, as well as to the current issue and all back issues via the Members area of the website. Also, many hard-copy back issues are available for purchase through the NAS shop. Please contact us for price and availability.
The IJNA editor is keen to encourage members to write for the Journal, and happy to help you prepare work to the required standards. Notes to help you prepare and submit an article for the IJNA can be found by following the links below:
- Writing an article for the IJNA
- Notes for illustrators
- How to write a bibliography
- The IJNA house style
- How to correctly reference in IJNA
- Notes for peer reviewers
- Tips for writing a book review
- How to present your book review
Alternatively please visit the Wiley page for authors.
For an index of IJNA Authors please click here.
Miranda Richardson - email@example.com
Book Reviews Editor and Deputy:
Dr Paula Martin - firstname.lastname@example.org
IJNA Homepage at Wiley Blackwell Publishing including contents pages and abstracts are available from the Wiley Blacwell Website for the IJNA from 1972 to the current issue.