In 2016 RISS came under a new leadership with a new editorial staff, we have done our best to get the journal back on track. As a result we have decided to change the design of our webpage, and as a consequence you will see a lot of changes during this spring. I will do my best not to remove any functionality from the page while I’m doing this, but hope you will forgive any faults that may occur due to this change.
Best. Andreas Lian, IT
After a few years in a dormant state RISS has come under a new editorial staff and finally awoken from it’s slumber. It’s with great pleasure that I now present you with a brand new web based RISS. Just in time for the holiday season.
I hope you enjoy the reading, merry Christmas!
Anja H. Svingen, Editor in Chief
RISS vol. 1 2016 can be found here
RISS is an archeological journal with a popular scientific style run by archeology students from University of Bergen. After a long time with little activity, RISS has been inherited by a new editorial staff and is filled with new blood and with a new determination. The first thing that will be done is the transition from a paper based journal to a free online journal – available to everyone.
Best wishes from the staff and from Anja H. Svingen, Editor in Chief