The Journal for the Society of North Carolina Archivists (JSNCA) seeks to support the theoretical, practical, and scholarly aspects of the archival professions by publishing articles and reviews related to curatorial issues (e.g., collection management and development), technical services (e.g., cataloging, processing, digital collections, EAD, preservation, conservation, etc.), and public services (reference, instruction, outreach) for special collections and archives.
JSNCA, which is peer reviewed and published online, accepts a range of articles related to research, study, theory, or practice in the archival professions. All members of the archival community, including students and independent researchers, are welcome to submit articles and reviews. Contributors need not be members of SNCA or live in the state of North Carolina. For more information on contributing to JSNCA, please refer to our Manuscript Submission Guidelines.
JSNCA content is open access and available online. The Journal is also indexed and distributed through EBSCO, with full text available in the Library, Information Science & Technology Abstracts (LISTA)™ database starting with Volume 6.
Professional archivists representing a variety of institutions and specialties serve on the J-SNCA Editorial Board.