Current Swedish Archaeology (CSA) is a peer-reviewed journal focusing primarily on the interpretation of the archaeological record and on archaeology as social practice. The aim of the journal is to make findings and discussions in Swedish and wider Nordic archaeology accessible to non-Scandinavian speaking readers in and outside of the region and to promote contact and debate between Swedish archaeology and the larger international field. Learn more >>
2022-06-07The 2022 volume will be the 5th and final edited by Sophie Bergerbrant and Alison Klevnäs. We're delighted to announce that that Ing-Marie Back Danielsson and Elisabeth Niklasson have agreed to take over for the 2023 edition and onwards. They will be working together with us for the rest of this year to ensure a smooth handover. Read more about New editors for Current Swedish Archaeology from 2023
This year’s Current Swedish Archaeology returns to our usual format of a keynote debate paper and responses, followed by a number of research papers. The 2021 keynote continues a conversation started by last year’s collection of articles on the topic of human-animal relations.Read more about From the editors - 2021
We are delighted to welcome you to Current's new online platform, provided by the National Library of Sweden. It gives us a stable archive for all our back issues, as well as support for submission and editing processes. Over the last year Current has been one of the test journals for the platform development and we think it will provide a much improved experience for both readers and authors.
Alison Klevnäs, EditorRead more about Welcome to the new online platform for Current Swedish Archaeology
Sophie Bergerbrant, Editor
Gustav Wollentz, Digital Editor
For the second year running, Current Swedish Archaeology begins with a themed group of research papers which provide a variety of perspectives on a shared topic. This year we present seven peer-reviewed contributions exploring a theme of human-animal relations, based on a workshop held in Kalmar in late 2018.Read more about From the editors - 2020