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The first American journal devoted solely to the study of Egypt, The Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt (JARCE), was established in 1962 to foster scholarly research into the art, archaeology, languages, history, and social systems of the Egyptian people.
JARCE (ISSN 0065-9991) is an annual journal that has articles in English, French, or German, and is published for ARCE in print and online by Lockwood Press. Older issues are available on JSTOR, which is accessible through many institutional libraries.
- JARCE is provided as an optional benefit to all levels of ARCE membership except the Regular level. To learn about becoming a member, please visit our Membership section.
- New ARCE members who choose to receive JARCE will be contacted by Lockwood Press with instructions on how to establish an account and access the online version of JARCE. New online accounts may take up to three business days to be activated.
- ARCE members who have established a Lockwood account should go to the Lockwood Press journals page lockwoodpressjournals.com in order to access the latest JARCE. If you have forgotten your log-in information you may send a request for help to email@example.com.
- Non-members and institutions may purchase individual issues or subscribe through Lockwood Press directly.
BROWSE OR SEARCH
To browse tables of contents, author indexes and book review indexes from past JARCE issues, please select the appropriate PDF file below.
To search for specific phrases, authors, or titles, please conduct a general search.
JARCE Volumes are now available online. For access to Table of Contents and Abstracts visit Lockwood Press Journals.
INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF MUSEUMS
The International Council of Museums, in an effort to fight against illicit traffic in cultural goods, compiles the Emergency Red List of Egyptian Cultural Objects at Risk. This list aims to help art and heritage professionals and law enforcement officials identify Egyptian objects that are protected by national and international legislations. View the Red List for Egypt.