The AAA Committee on the Future of Print and Electronic Publishing (CFPEP) approved two proposals on April 11, 2016, for publishing innovations grants, one from the Society for Cultural Anthropology (SCA) and one from the Association for Political and Legal Anthropology (APLA). The SCA requested nearly $16,000 to develop multimedia hosting for Cultural Anthropology, the … Continue reading Two Sections Awarded Funds to Explore Publishing Innovations
Violence is the theme of the second issue of Open Anthropology. The collection “On Violence” offers information, revelations, historical facts, descriptions of context and portraits of situations over time and place, a sampling of anthropological findings on the subject. Ten articles, two book reviews, and “The Editor’s Note” comprise this anthology written by anthropologists across … Continue reading The Second Issue of Open Anthropology is Here!
In its latest efforts to respond to today’s evolving publishing climate the American Anthropological Association (AAA) celebrates the decision by one of its most influential sections to undertake efforts to expand the way its signature journal is made available to scholars, researchers and the general public. In 2012 the AAA Executive Board invited its sections … Continue reading AAA’s Society for Cultural Anthropology Paves New Way For Anthropological Publishing Program
This week’s publication feature from the AAA online store is a collection of essays entitled: Culture, Kin & Cognition in Oceania: Essays in Honor of Ward Goodenough is edited by Mac Marshall and John L. Caughey. This collection of essays exploring current issues in the study of Pacific cultures is intended both as a contribution … Continue reading Culture, Kin & Cognition in Oceania: Essays in Honor of Ward Goodenough
Today’s guest blog post is written by AAA member, John L. Jackson, Jr. John is a Richard Perry University Professor of Communication and Anthropology and Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies for the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania. Oxford University Press has created a new and ambitious online project, Oxford Bibliographies, which … Continue reading The Oxford Bibliographies