The Paleopathology Newsletter (PPN) is issued quarterly. Subscription to the PPN is a PPA Individual Member benefit. Archived Newsletters can be found in the For Members Only section of our website. For membership (and Institutional Subsciption) information, click on the "Membership" link above. PPA Individual Membership fee is $65.00 per year ($40.00 for full-time students).
Paleopathology Newsletter Editorial Board
Editor: Nivien Speith N.Speith@derby.ac.uk
Michaela Binder (firstname.lastname@example.org) - EuropeSherry Fox (email@example.com) - Eastern MediterraneanMaria Ostendorf Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org) - North America (United States)Maria Victoria Monsalve (VMonsalve@pathology.ubc.ca) - CanadaSheila Maria Mendonca de Souza (email@example.com) - Latin AmericaHallie Buckley (firstname.lastname@example.org) - Oceania & Pacific RimHaagen Klaus (email@example.com) - Annotated BibliographyBethel Nagy (firstname.lastname@example.org) - Dissertation AbstractsKristina Killgrove (email@example.com) - Website links
Vanessa Campanacho (firstname.lastname@example.org) - Assistant Editor, Web linksMadeleine Mant (email@example.com) - Proofreader
Guidelines for Contributors
Please note that the PPA Newsletter will not publish Case Reports or similar papers, which should be submitted to peer-reviewed journals for potential publication. The PPA Newsletter is publishing members’ articles and short reports on items such as relevant conferences, conference reflections, new (i.e. recent) excavations of interest to the PPA Membership, newly available collections, new research venues, materials of diagnostic interest (e.g. ‘Curious Cases’) that require other members’ help and / or input regarding a possible diagnosis, and similar items of interest.
All manuscripts must be written in English. The preferred font is Times New Roman, 12 point.
Please submit electronic files as separate additions to your text file in TIFF or JPEG format. For electronic files, the images must be scanned or objects photographed at 600 d.p.i (minimum resolution), to produce a good clear image at the size to be printed in the Newsletter. Images scanned at low resolutions are not suitable for printed publications, and cannot be used.