Yorkshire Archaeological Journal
A review of history and archaeology in the county
Since its first issue in 1870, the YAJ has published over 2000 articles varying considerably in length and covering a variety of topics concerned with Yorkshire's past. The journal continues to be published annually, offering a valuable regular outlet for high quality original research. YAJ is an international, peer-reviewed publication appearing in print and electronic formats.
Anyone considering submitting an article for publication in the YAJ is encouraged to contact the Editor at an early stage:
Guidelines for potential authors are provided on the website of the publisher Taylor & Francis.
1870 to 2010 (Volumes 1 to 82)
To ensure that scholars and members of the public can continue to enjoy access to the important and varied information contained in older issues of the Journal, free and in perpetuity, the Society, supported by the March Fitch Foundation and Wade’s Charity, has republished every issue of the Journal from volume 1 to volume 82 in digital form on the Internet Archive. Here is a list of the articles contained in each of these volumes. It is offered as a convenient means of identifying articles and authors, and is not intended as a substitute for the digitised volumes.
2011 (Volume 83) onwards
Beginning with volume 83 in 2011 the YAJ has been published for YAHS by a commercial academic publisher, now Taylor and Francis.