Monographs of the Archaeological
Society of Finland
Monographs of the Archaeological Society of Finland (MASF) is an international peer-reviewed web publication series that offers a publication forum for monographs and edited collections of papers with a Finnish connection and worldwide relevance. The series considers proposals mainly in English and expects a print ready (pdf) manuscript that can be published in a hard-copy if external funding can be provided by the authoring/editing party of the volume. Monographs and edited collections of papers published in MASF adhere to the requirements imposed on the peer-review process by the Federation of Finnish Learned Societies and employ their peer-review label.
Monographs of the Archaeological Society of Finland
MASF 1 Mesolithic Interfaces: Variability in Lithic Technologies in Eastern Fennoscandia
MASF 2 Proceedings of the XII NTAG.
MASF 3 Focus on Archaeological Textiles: Multidisclipinary Approaches
MASF 4 Manninen, M. A., 2014. Culture, Behavior, and the 8200 cal BP Cold Event
MASF 5 Äikäs, T., 2015. From Boulders to Fells – Sacred Places in the Sámi Ritual Landscape
MASF 6 Landscapes of the Past and Future: Current Finnish Research in Landscape Archaeology
MASF 7 Helsinki Harvest: Proceedings of the 11th Nordic Conference on the Application of Scientific Methods in Archaeology
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Associate Professor Anna-Kaisa Salmi, University of Oulu
Professor Joakim Goldhahn, Linnaeus University
Professor Alessandro Guidi, Roma Tre University
Professor Volker Heyd, University of Helsinki
Professor Aivar Kriiska, University of Tartu
Associate Professor Helen Lewis, University College Dublin
Professor (emeritus) Milton Nunez, University of Oulu
Researcher Carl-Gösta Ojala, Uppsala University
Researcher Eve Rannamäe, University of York
Adjunct Professor Liisa Seppänen, University of Turku and University of Helsinki
Associate Professor Marte Spangen, University of Tromsø