Editorial

Authors

  • Jay Hall School of Social Science, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, QLD 4072

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.25120/qar.2.1985.191

Abstract

This time last year, I was writing this column with two main and fervent hopes. One was that QAR Volume 1 would sell enough copies to provide funds for production of Volume 2 and the other, that 1985 would produce a sufficient number of manuscripts for a respectably-sized Volume 2. I am pleased to announce success on both counts. Volume 1 sold over 250 copies (with 165 standing orders) and Volume 2 is only slightly thinner than our first year's fairly hefty one. It also includes as varied a set of archaeological topics and is thus in line with the general aims of QAR. It is also pleasing to see again a proportional balance between contributions from southern and northern parts of Queensland.

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Published

1985-01-01

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Editorial