Gallia

Editorial Team

The Gallia team is composed of:

Director

Martial Monteil
University Professor
Nantes Université – CReAAH (UMR 6566)
1st term: 2015-2019 | 2nd term: 2019-2023

The director represents Gallia and ensures that the journal runs smoothly and efficiently, in accordance with the decisions agreed upon by the editorial committee. The director is responsible for establishing the agenda for editorial board meetings, for managing interactions with authors submitting manuscripts, and for designating specialists charged with evaluations. The director maintains contacts with representatives of the CNRS and the Ministry of Culture, as well as with CNRS Editions and the management of MSH Mondes. Alongside the editorial staff, the director develops and directs the process of fabrication for the journal.

The director is appointed from within the editorial committee during the final year of the soon-to-be former director’s mandate. If no candidate comes forward, the director may be chosen externally. In this case, their appointment is subject to the opinion of said committee. The term of office is for a duration of 4 years, and is renewable once.

Former directors

Albert
Grenier
(1943-1961)
Paul-Marie
Duval

(1961-1985)

Christian
Goudineau
(1985-1994)

Fanette
Laubenheimer
(1994-2001)

Paul
Van Ossel
(2001-2007)

William
Van Andringa
(2008-2015)

Editorial committee

The editorial committee is composed of the journal’s director and 14 members recognized for their scientific achievements and abilities. Future members are chosen by the director and the pre-existing editorial committee. This process takes into consideration the need for: a renewal, every 4 years, of at least one-third of the participants; a distribution, as homogeneous as possible, between chronological periods of study, specialties and institutions of affiliation; the inclusion of 1 or 2 foreign members; and the pursuit of parity between the sexes within the committee. The editorial board meets in plenary session, twice a year. Its role is to decide on the editorial policy and general thematic orientations for the journal, as well as to encourage manuscript proposals and to select volume and supplementary content to be published based on the opinions of the committee and its delegated experts. Furthermore, the responsibility for any and all decisions deemed necessary to the proper scientific and administrative functioning of Gallia lies with the committee, as does ensuring the scientific quality of the texts published by the journal and of its editorial policy.

The term length for members is 4 years, and is renewable, provided the member maintains regular activity. The director and committee may appoint a new member in the event of a resignation, or of an absence from more than two consecutive plenary meetings, without valid justification.

Sandrine
Agusta-Boularot

University Professor
Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3,
ASM (UMR 5140)

Philippe
Barral

University Professor
Université de
Franche-Comté,
Laboratoire Chrono-environnement (UMR 6249)

Frédérique
Blaizot

University Professor
Université de Lille,
HALMA
(UMR 8164)

Marc
Bouiron

Scientific and Technical Director
Inrap,
CEPAM
(UMR 7264)

Catherine
Coquelet

Archaeologist
Agence wallonne du Patrimoine (AWaP), Université catholique
de Louvain

Simon
Esmonde Cleary

University Professor, Emeritus
University of Birmingham (Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology)

Philippe
Gruat

Director
Departemental Archaeological Service of Aveyron,
ASM (UMR 5140)

Sébastien
Lepetz

Research Director
CNRS-MNHN,
AASPE (UMR 7209)

Véronique
Matterne

Research Director
CNRS-MNHN,
AASPE (UMR 7209)

Yves
Menez

Head Curator of Cultural Heritage
Regional Archaeological Service of Bretagne,
CReAAH (UMR 6566)

Pierre-Yves
Milcent

Associate Professor (HDR)
Université Toulouse Jean-Jaurès,
TRACES (UMR 5608)

Martial
Monteil

University Professor
Nantes Université,
CReAAH (UMR 6566), directeur de Gallia

Emmanuelle
Rosso

University Professor
Sorbonne Université, Rome et ses renaissances (EA 4081)

Frédéric
Trément

University Professor
Université Clermont Auvergne, Centre d’Histoire « Espaces et Cultures » (EA 1001)

Florian
Sarreste

Operations manager
Éveha – Études et valorisations archéologiques,
HeRMA (EA 3811)

William
Van Andringa

Director of Studies
École pratique des hautes études, AOrOc (UMR 8546), former director of Gallia

International committee

The international committee is composed of foreign researchers, who provide support to the operation and international promotion of Gallia and who are consulted on the general scientific policy for the journal. They may be appointed to provide expertise on a manuscript and help the editorial board to collect article submissions. The list of members of the international committee is established by the editorial committee. It brings together a maximum of 7 members, appointed for a period of 4 years, renewable once.

Patrizia
Basso

University Professor
Università di Verona, Dipartimento di Culture e Civiltà

Pier Luigi
Dall’Aglio

Associate Professor
Università du Bologna, Dipartimento di Storia Culture Civiltà

Anna Gutiérrez
Garcia-Moreno

Director
Unitat d’Estudis Arqueomètrics, Institut Català d’Arqueologia Clàssica

Sabine
Hornung

University Professor
Universität des Saarlandes,
Institut für Vor- und Frühgeschichte

Gabrielle
Kremer

Doctor
Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, ÖAI

Lionel
Pernet

Director
Musée cantonal d’archéologie et d’histoire de Lausanne, AOrOc (UMR 8546)

Marie-Thérèse
Raepsaet-Charlier

Honorary Professor
Université libre de Bruxelles,
UR sociAMM

Editorial staff

Responsible for the guarantee of editorial quality of Gallia’s creations, the editorial staff provides technical and administrative follow-up in conjunction with the director of the journal, and attends the editorial committee’s plenary sessions. This entity is in charge of editing and supervising the production of articles, dossiers and supplements. The editorial staff ensures the careful proofreading of written pieces and the quality of illustrations, as well as generating the layout for printing. The staff is in charge of the online publication of the journal on the OpenEdition Journals platform, as well as for the administration of the website, its open archives and social media. The editorial staff is also responsible for the management of the online journal Archéologie de la France – Informations. To ensure these functions, the editorial department of MSH Mondes (UAR 3225) renders the necessary equipment and technical resources available to the editorial staff of Gallia.

Nicolas Coquet
CNRS

Emma Maines
CNRS

Valentin Verardo
CNRS