The Journal of Archaeology, Anthropology and Interdisciplinary Studies (JAAIS) uses the peer review system for the academic recognition of the publication. The peer review system is an evaluation process of the scientific work by two equal rights referents/reviewers, specialists/experts in the field in which the evaluated article is intended. Reviewers verify the compliance of the publication rules, identify deviations from standardized rules, and make suggestions, improvements, and corrections.
The Journal of Archaeology, Anthropology and Interdisciplinary Studies (JAAIS) does not publish papers that have been previously published or are to be published simultaneously in other specialized journals.
Peer Review Board:
Archaeology: Ion CIOBANU, Dr. Alin FRÎNCULEASA, Dr. Paul PETTITT, Dr. Denis TOPAL, Dr. Cristian Eduard ȘTEFAN, Dr. Adela KOVÁCS, Daniel GARVĂN, Dr. Vasile DIACONU, Dr. Roxana MUNTEANU, Dr. Raluca KOGĂLNICEANU, Dr. Andrei COROBCEAN, Dr. Vlad VORNIC
Anthropology: Dr. Angela SIMALCSIK, Dr. Dmitriy KIRICENKO, Dr. Gabriel VASILE
Archaeozoology: Dr. Valentin DUMITRAȘCU
Palaeontology: Dr. Ștefan VASILE, Bogdan HAIDUC
Traseology: Dr. doc. Oksana HRYTSIUTA
Ethnology and folklore: Dr. Dorina ONICĂ, Dr. Mariana COCIERU
The structure of the peer review board may change, depending on the subjects of the received articles.