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The International Journal of South American Archaeology - IJSA (eISSN 2011-0626) publishes original articles (Peer Review Process) on the archaeology and prehispanic history of South America, including topics such as environmental archaeology, sociocultural archaeology, prehispanic art, sociocultural diversity, bioarchaeology, contemporary peoples and their archaeological remains. Papers may also address general theoretical and methodological issues relevant to archaeology, especially in South America.

The IJSA publisher two issues per year in February and September by Syllaba Press International Inc., Suite 722 - 4586, 1900 N. W. 97th Avenue, Doral, Florida 33172, USA and distributed in Open Access by EcoSyllaba Latinoamérica S.A.S.

Accepted for publication Original Research Articles, Research Progress Articles, Field Reports, Articles Reviews, Books Reviews and Obituaries. Contributions can be sent in Spanish, Portuguese or English Languages.

Manuscripts and figures, tables, references and notes, as well as an abstract in Spanish, Portuguese or English Languages should be submitted to the editor using directly the ePublishers Content™ - Academic Editorial Assistant. Text format should be Microsoft Word. Position of tables and figures should be identified. Figure format should be JPEG or PNG. Manuscripts that do not fulfill the requirements will be returned to the author for correction (see Manuscript Preparation in the Guide for Authors Section for more info).


The IJSA is archived in the Digital Preservation System - Oblium™ and use the Persistent Identifier of Digital Uniforms Resources - Cirex-iD™ for on-line certification of copyright of a articles, using the Digital Intellectual Property Registry (SSDT) ​​platform.


Open access content is published on the IJSA website. Abstracts, tables of contents, and author profiles are also freely accessible. The IJSA Archive includes links to all published content from the first issue in 2007 to the present, and a powerful subject and keyword search tool allows for content discovery.

The IJSA suggests the use of the author identifier, we accept the profile of (ORCID, Research ID, Scopus Author ID, SciENcv, My NCBI, arXiv Author ID, eRA Commons Username, AuthorClaim)

Up-to-date IJSA news is circulated via the IJSA e-updates, Facebook, and academic listservs.

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