Hoplologia: Resources for Experimental Archaeology and Living History is a publication dedicated to illuminating all the facets of life in historical periods other than our own. We are not limited to any one historical era. “Hoplologia” means “the study of stuff”, which we find a pleasingly broad mandate for research and experimentation.
This publication includes original research, contextual articles, and annotated bibliographies. See the first article of Volume I for more information on what we are looking for. If you wish to submit an article for publication, please read our Submission Guidelines, which can be found below. There is no minimum length for an article; if two pages is all you need to make your point, then two pages is as long as it should be. If you are not certain how to cite your sources properly, please consult our Citation Guidelines.
Submissions and queries should be sent to hoplologia.journal (at) gmail.com.