Re: Call for Articles and Peer-Reviewers for Popular Anthropology Magazine
- I also want to let everyone know that "popanthro dot org" is not a
sufficient URL address. The link in the message actually goes to:
The magazine used to be at popanthro.com, but in between editors, the web
site expired and has been bought by someone else. Unfortunately, if you try
to do a web search on the magazine name, you end up at the old site, but
there is no recognition by any search engine (so far as I can tell) of the
current site. Mary-Anne in currently conducting fieldwork in Tanzania, so
I'm sure this problem will be solved in the future.
On Mon, Feb 18, 2013 at 11:05 AM, Deborah Shepherd <shephdj@...>wrote:
> Hello, All
> I'm sending out this message on behalf of Mary-Anne Decatur, Editor of *Popular
> Anthropology Magazine*. F.y.i., I am the new Archaeology Section Editor.
> I shall do my best.
> Popular Anthropology Magazine <http://popanthro.org/> Call for Submissions
> Dear colleagues,
> Popular Anthropology Magazine is pleased to announce it's new website
> location at popanthro.org and a call for article submissions and
> peer-reviewers for the June 2013 issue. Popular Anthropology Magazine is a
> biannual online publication aimed at increasing public understanding and
> access to current research in the field of anthropology, with a focus on
> raising awareness of anthropology's relevance to issues of public interest
> and exploring the ways in which anthropology is learned as a discipline.
> The magazine includes articles on sociocultural anthropology, biological
> anthropology, archaeology, linguistics and visual anthropology.
> The submission deadline is March 31, 2013. Articles must be 2000 to 5000
> words in length, include original research and be written in a manner
> accessible to the general public. Submissions from undergraduate and
> graduate students are welcome. Authors can upload submissions and
> peer-reviewers can register at http://popanthro.org
> Please e-mail the Editor, Mary-Anne Decatur, at popanthro@... with
> any questions.
> Best regards,
> Popular Anthropology Magazine Editorial Team
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