The European Journal of Archaeology
I was invited to be the first Editor of the Journal of European Archaeology (as it was then) in 1995. I edited the next six issues of the Journal (1995–7) before Sage Publications became the new publishers and the name changed to EJA. I continued to edit the Journal for a further five years (15 issues) until September 2001. During this time, I served as an ex-officio member of the Executive Board and as Chair of the Editorial Board. I like to think that, over the 6 years, the Journal became well-established as a integrating yet progressive force in European archaeology.