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  • Deborah Shepherd
    Is there any archaeologist on this listserve who has expertise on the Mayans and would be willing to peer review an article titled An Examination of the Art &
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 15, 2014
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      Is there any archaeologist on this listserve who has expertise on the Mayans and would be willing to peer review an article titled "An Examination of the Art & Iconography of the Tablet of the Cross at Palenque" for Popular Anthropology Magazine?
       
      The new editor has taken the magazine in a more scholarly direction than early issues you may have seen. I just want to clarify that.
       
      Below is an indication of the questions for the Peer Reviewer
       
      Please contact me at ShephDJ at gmail dot com if you have questions or are interested.
       
      Sincerely,
      Deborah Shepherd
       
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      Popular Anthropology Magazine

      Peer Review Form

      Thank you for participating in the peer review process and for your time, expertise and insight. Please consider the following criteria as you read through the article and write a short paragraph in response to each. Reviews should be returned within three weeks.

      Review Questions

      Reviewer Comments

      Is the article written in a clear and accessible manner that would be understood by both anthropologists and non-anthropologists? Can you identify the article’s thesis and main arguments?

      Is the article persuasively argued with supported claims and developed arguments?

      Does the article situate itself within the relevant anthropological literature? Does the article use sources to build arguments and support its thesis? Are sources properly cited?

      Does the article include original research? Is the research methodology clearly explained?

      Is the article interesting, informative or thought provoking?

      Please select one:

      Reviewer Decision:

      Accept with no modifications

      Accept with minor modifications

      Accept with major modifications

      Reject

      If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the general editor at popanthro@...

    • Deborah Shepherd
      P.S. If you can recommend someone (faculty, researcher, or grad student) as a peer reviewer, or wish to forward this request to them, feel free to do so.
      Message 2 of 2 , Apr 15, 2014
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        P.S. If you can recommend someone (faculty, researcher, or grad student) as a peer reviewer, or wish to forward this request to them, feel free to do so.
         
        Deborah Shepherd

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        From: Deborah Shepherd <shephdj@...>
        Date: Tue, Apr 15, 2014 at 3:26 PM
        Subject: Seeking Peer Reviewer
        To: SACC-L@yahoogroups.com


        Is there any archaeologist on this listserve who has expertise on the Mayans and would be willing to peer review an article titled "An Examination of the Art & Iconography of the Tablet of the Cross at Palenque" for Popular Anthropology Magazine?
         
        The new editor has taken the magazine in a more scholarly direction than early issues you may have seen. I just want to clarify that.
         
        Below is an indication of the questions for the Peer Reviewer
         
        Please contact me at ShephDJ at gmail dot com if you have questions or are interested.
         
        Sincerely,
        Deborah Shepherd
         
        _____________
         

        Popular Anthropology Magazine

        Peer Review Form

        Thank you for participating in the peer review process and for your time, expertise and insight. Please consider the following criteria as you read through the article and write a short paragraph in response to each. Reviews should be returned within three weeks.

        Review Questions

        Reviewer Comments

        Is the article written in a clear and accessible manner that would be understood by both anthropologists and non-anthropologists? Can you identify the article’s thesis and main arguments?

        Is the article persuasively argued with supported claims and developed arguments?

        Does the article situate itself within the relevant anthropological literature? Does the article use sources to build arguments and support its thesis? Are sources properly cited?

        Does the article include original research? Is the research methodology clearly explained?

        Is the article interesting, informative or thought provoking?

        Please select one:

        Reviewer Decision:

        Accept with no modifications

        Accept with minor modifications

        Accept with major modifications

        Reject

        If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the general editor at popanthro@...


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