Submissions will be accepted at any point throughout the year, but will not be considered until after the deadline passes.
The deadline for Issue VII submissions is April 1, 2017.
All submission lengths refer to double-spaced pages, in Times New Roman size 12.
Research: Original research, or work in a larger research project (with the consent of the project director). May include honors theses, or interesting term-papers. Submission limit of twenty-five pages.
Study Abroad Experiences (Junior Ethnographies): Write-ups of study abroad experiences. May include cross-cultural comparisons, can resemble an ethnography. Submission limit of fifteen pages. Inclusion of photos is recommended.
Field School or Internship Experiences: Write-ups of field school or internship experiences. Discussion of the site or project, what the research goals are, what was discovered that particular season. Submission limit of fifteen pages. Inclusion of photos is recommended.
Photos: Any outstanding pictures related to anthropology have a good chance of being included in publication. These can be from study abroad experiences, or travel.
WHO CAN SUBMIT
Only submission of work written as an undergraduate will be considered for publication. After graduation, submissions will be considered for up to one year.
All current undergraduate students are invited to submit previously unpublished material.
Submissions should be Microsoft Word documents (.doc), attached via e-mail. An abstract should be included at the top of the paper. The subject of the e-mail must read “Journal Submission.”
The submission should include a cover page which includes the following information: Age, year at school, major and a short biography. Submissions should be double-spaced.
Authors are expected to follow Chicago, AAA or APA formatting. Guides can be found online.
WHERE TO SUBMIT
All submissions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
*If approved by the author, submissions may be held for future publication. That is, if not published in the issue that the submitter intended, the submission may be used in the future.