About the Journal

Archaeology Nexus: Journal of Conservation and Culture (Arc-JCC) is a scholarly platform dedicated to exploring the intricate interplay between archaeology, conservation, and culture. With a nuanced understanding of the past as a foundation, Arc-JCC delves into the multifaceted dimensions of heritage preservation, shedding light on the dynamic relationship between humanity's rich cultural legacy and the imperative of safeguarding it for future generations.

At Arc-JCC, we embrace a holistic approach that transcends conventional boundaries, integrating diverse perspectives from archaeologists, conservationists, anthropologists, historians, and other allied disciplines. Our journal serves as a nexus, where interdisciplinary dialogues flourish, fostering collaborative endeavors aimed at advancing the frontiers of knowledge in heritage conservation and cultural stewardship.

The thematic focus of Arc-JCC encompasses a broad spectrum of topics, including but not limited to archaeological excavations, material culture studies, heritage management strategies, indigenous perspectives on conservation, digital archaeology, ethical considerations in cultural heritage preservation, and the impacts of climate change on archaeological sites.

With a commitment to academic rigor and innovation, Arc-JCC seeks to facilitate scholarly discourse that not only elucidates the complexities of the past but also informs contemporary practices in heritage conservation. Our journal serves as a catalyst for critical inquiry, encouraging researchers to explore novel methodologies, challenge conventional paradigms, and engage with pressing issues facing the global heritage community.