Undergraduate Research and Creative Works

Student Journal Publishing Opportunities – ANTHROPOLOGY

Journal NameDiscipline(s)Description
AnthroJournal (Popular Archaeology Magazine) (CJA)AnthropologyFocus: archaeology, anthropology, ancient history, more recent history (with archaeological elements)
Submissions: undergraduate students, graduate students; can include research papers, term papers, final course papers, Masters Thesis, Ph.D dissertations submitted for classes, but with a B+ or better grade – see procedures for emailing submission
Deadlines: May 1, July 1, September 1, November 1, January 1, March 1
NEXUS- The Canadian Student Journal of AnthropologyAnthropologyPublished annually by McCaster University of Ontario, Canada
Submissions: analytical, applied, and theoretical literature reviews, book reviews, methodological contributions –see guidelines
must create an account to submit,
American AnthropologistAnthropologyQuarterly
Journal scope – all branches
research articles may be 2500-8000 words
submit at
American EthnologistAnthropology/EthnographyQuarterly
journal scope: cultural/social
main text should not exceed 35 double-spaced pages
submit at
The Journal for Undergraduate Ethnography (JUE)EthnographyPublished Fall & Spring
Focus: subcultures, rituals, and social institutions. Also applicable: anthropology, sociology, American studies, urban studies
Submissions: by an undergraduate student or co-authored by multiple undergraduate students, or work completed during undergraduate study (by graduated student), must have a faculty advisor, submit manuscript to after following guidelines
Anthropology and Education QuarterlyAntropology/EducationJournal scope: cultural anthropology, social anthropology, education
entries no longer than 35 pages,
to be submitted at
Anthropology and MedicineAnthropology/MedicineTriennial (April, August, December)
journal scope: medical anthropology, social anthropology, anthropology of conflict, trauma and reconciliation, medical sociology, primary care medicine, psychiatry, psychology, psychotherapy, ethology, public health and nursing, social history, social work, social geography, development studies
To be submitted to
SUNTAAnthropologyFocus: interrelationships of urban, national & transnational institutions, processes, and forces
Submissions: case studies, comparisons, syntheses based on literature reviews, individual reviews, essay, book, film, and exhibit reviews – see guidelines

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Dr. Joanne Altman, Director of Undergraduate Research and Creative Works

Phone: 336-841-9613

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