Open Anthropology, the first digital-only, public journal of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), is a pilot experiment envisioned as a way of “opening up” anthropology in several ways. First, the new online publication helps bring anthropology into the public conversation about critical social issues and policy debates. Each edition of Open Anthropology will focus on a timely theme, offering a selection of articles relevant to contemporary concerns.
Note that during this period of transition to the new NewJour site, not all publications from the previous version of the site have been assigned subjects, keywords, or geographic regions. For a more comprehensive listing please use the site search.
Disability and the Global South (DGS) is the first peer reviewed international journal committed to publishing high quality work focused exclusively on all aspects of the disability experience in the global South. It provides an interdisciplinary platform prioritising material that is critical, challenging, and engaging from a range of epistemological perspectives and disciplines.
Economic Anthropology is published annually by the Society for Economic Anthropology to make innovative and interdisciplinary research on economic and social life available to scholarly, practitioner, and general audiences. The journal draws from a wide range of disciplines including cultural anthropology, archaeology, demography, economics, ecology, geography, and history. Each issue is focused on a broad topic of current debate and significance, following the thematic format of the Society's Annual Meetings.
EtnoAntropologia promotes studies in the ethno-anthropological sciences and seeks to contribute to national and international debate in reference to the problems and historical responsibilities of our time.
The Journal of the Anthropology of the Contemporary Middle East and Central Eurasia (ACME) is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to the anthropological studies of all societies and cultures in the Middle East and Central Eurasia. All submissions for articles are peer-reviewed.
Migration & Development invites contributions to highlight the various facets of international migration beyond the conventional lines such as the migration-development nexus, to borderless migration, refugees, return migration, labour laws, policy changes and the implications of all of them for both the sending and receiving countries.
Publisher: Centro de Investigación de la Universidad del Pacífico, Lima, Perú
The aim of the journal is to publish original research on economics, political/social science, and history about Perú and Latin America.