ANTHROPOLOGY JOURNALS


Sociocultural anthropology is published in many periodicals in many languages.  Here we discuss a variety of journals, most published in the USA.  We give basic information on circulation, indexing, editorial policies, and rejection rates.

The essays also discuss the intellectual content and themes of the journals, the geographical areas they cover, and the patterns of citation within the journal.

The goal is to get some idea of their editorial policies, and of how journals may play a role in shaping theory, and in the social processes of academic life. Do journals reflect geographical divisions, theoretical schools, or sub-disciplines?

NOTABLE JOURNALS

 
Anthropology of Work ReviewTemporal Changes in AWR
Current Anthropology
EthnologyEthnology's Most Cited

Visual Anthropology Review

 

 

 


 

 

Use this table of contents to navigate to different

sections of the site

THEORY HOME


Associations & Organizations


Biographies of Anthropologists


Disciplines & Subdisciplines


Theory Through Time

 

Richard Wilk

Anthropology Department

Indiana University Bloomington

701 E. Kirkwood Ave. SB 242

Bloomington, IN 47405

812-855-3901

wilkr@indiana.edu

This site  is generously sponsored by the IU Department of Anthropology and IU Campus Instructional Consulting and was designed by Cierra Olivia Thomas-Williams.