Academic journal article Southeastern Archaeology

Farewell Message from the Editors

Academic journal article Southeastern Archaeology

Farewell Message from the Editors

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The nine articles in this issue, our final one as editors of Southeastern Archaeology, are devoted to the theme of shelltempered pottery in the Eastern Woodlands. We are very grateful to Jim Feathers and Evan Peacock for inspiring this issue and motivating the authors to send their papers and meet the strict deadlines that we set for submissions and revisions. The review process for papers submitted, with the exception of the one coauthored by Feathers and Peacock, did not differ from the standard followed for regular issues of Southeastern Archaeology. Each manuscript was sent to three reviewers, and papers requiring more-than-minor changes were sent back to one of the original reviewers after the author(s) made necessary revisions. The summary and overview article by Feathers and Peacock was evaluated and discussed by the editors but was not sent for outside review.

We would like to offer our sincere gratitude to a number of people who have made our tenure as editors a rewarding experience. First, we want to thank Rich Smith, who served until recently as Chair of the Department of Anthropology at Washington University. …

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