Medical Anthropology Quarterly and Wiley Blackwell are pleased to announce the launch of “Accepted Articles.” This innovative feature allows accepted articles to be published online prior to the printed issue and aids in the widespread impact of new research. Final edited and typeset versions of record will appear in future issues of Medical Anthropology Quarterly. … Continue reading New to Medical Anthropology Quarterly: Accepted Articles
Open Anthropology is a digital-only publication of the AAA. Each year, three fresh themes open up anthropology to new readers. For instance, “Marriage and Other Arrangements” coincided with the US Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage and drew public policy makers and gay activists’ attention to anthropological analyses of the family. Each issue in Open … Continue reading Call for New Editor of Open Anthropology
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The AAA’s role is to be vigilant when it comes to proposed legislation that aims to limit dissemination of research, and that may disproportionately protect private over public interests. At the same time, AAA’s role is to protect the sustainability of our publications program, for anthropology as a whole and for individual authors. We continue … Continue reading American Anthropological Association Position on Dissemination of Research
Join us Friday, October 14th at 1:00pm EST for a webinar on the future of publishing, promotion and tenure. This digital event should be a fascinating conversation between three anthropologists, each with extensive background with the promotion and tenure process. The Committee for the Future of Print and Electronic Publishing is organizing an online webinar … Continue reading Webinar on Publishing, Promotion and Tenure – 10/14 @ 1pm EST
The June American Anthropologist features 2009 annual reviews for archaeology, biological, linguistic, practicing and sociocultural anthropology. (All members of AAA can access the articles by logging in at AnthroSource.) Julienne Rutherford blogged about her recap, “Descent with Modification: Bioanthropological Identities in 2009,” and the article is accessable from her blog. She mentions she used a Facebook group to identify thoughts about the biggest stories … Continue reading Bio anthropology recap