Posted on


"ANALYSIS. Archeology - Profession - Research ”is the first editorial series edited by ANA and edited with the publisher All’Insegna del Giglio which hosts monographic volumes of ANA members.
The project stems from the desire of the ANA to expand the possibility of publishing and disseminating research in archeology to a wide audience, offering its members the opportunity to publish excellent research.

A special scientific committee, chosen by the ANA and made up of personalities from the world of research and the profession in archeology, will evaluate the monographs worthy of publication for their high scientific value, for their substantial contribution to sector studies and for being in in line with the ethical principles of the European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity (reliability of research in terms of methodological rigor, honesty, clarity and transparency in data communication, respect for one's colleagues, for other research participants, for society and for the environment, responsibility in the organization and management of research, from its conception to publication.

The scientific committee will select, through call for papers open to ANA members in good standing with the annual membership, the works that meet the aforementioned values ​​and will send the best ones to double blind peer review: following this further evaluation, one or two monographs will be chosen each year to be published in the editorial series.
The project is being developed with the involvement of the “Nino Lamboglia Foundation”.

From January 2022 the first call for papers dedicated to ANA members in good standing with the annual membership to be able to publish on ANALYSIS will be published.

  • Management: Marcella Giorgio (National Secretary ANA)
  • Editors: Marcella Giorgio, Luana Belmonte, Valentina Pardini
  • Scientific Committee: Michela Flavia Colella (Nino Lamboglia Foundation), Sauro Gelichi (Full Professor, Ca 'Foscari University of Venice), Paolo Giulierini (MANN Director. National Archaeological Museum of Naples), Giuseppina Manca di Mores (Coordinator of the ANA Technical Scientific Committee ), Francesca Sogliani (Associate Professor, University of Basilicata)