The ALBERTA ARCHAEOLOGICAL REVIEW’s purpose is two-fold: to convey news of the sponsoring organization’s activities throughout the province and to provide a forum for the dissemination of archaeological research in Alberta. It is of value to all who may be interested in the archaeological heritage of Alberta. The AAR is a meeting ground for both amateur and professional archaeologists.
Individual members can submit material to the AAR editors. If it is of a technical nature, the Editors may send it out for peer review. Also, the Editors greatly appreciate individual centre information, pictures, and notices of general interest.
Please CLICK HERE for a list of the past issues of the AAR. CLICK HERE to visit the Digital Archives of the University of Lethbridge. From there you can read and search through past issues of the Alberta Archaeological Review!
Join our archaeology community by becoming a member and enjoy benefits such as discounted prices for events, workshops, and activities. You'll also receive a subscription to the Alberta Archaeological Review, which features the latest reports on archaeology in Alberta. By joining, you'll have the opportunity to run for board positions and support the vision and mission of the Archaeological Society of Alberta. Each Centre has its own unique benefits for members. Anyone with an interest in archaeology is welcome to join.