REACH is a new, London-based open access journal focusing on the archaeology and cultural heritage of ancient and modern Egypt, in fields ranging from bioarchaeology to iconography, cultural history to epigraphy. It was inspired by the life's work of ECHO co-founder Dr Geoffrey Tassie
* Academic studies
* Site reports
* Exhibition reviews
* Book reviews
There is an active peer-review process for research publications and analyses, while site reports and reviews are edited but not peer reviewed (see *Rules and Regulations* for further details). We are interested in promoting the work of early-stage career academics and also offer an editorial service for contributors with English as a second language.
This journal also offers an opportunity for Egyptian academics to submit and publish backlogged site reports that would not otherwise have a public outlet.