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Anthropology+Now+Fall+2009 - anthro NOW polog y Volume 1...

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PARADIGM PUBLISHERS Boulder London NOW http://www.paradigmpublishers.com/journals/an anthro pology Volume 1 Number 2 S E P T E M B E R 2 0 0 9 [email protected] GENERAL EDITOR Katherine McCaffrey Montclair State University ASSOCIATE EDITORS Emily Martin New York University Ida Susser City University of New York Susan Harding University of California, Santa Cruz BOOK REVIEW EDITOR Shirley Lindenbaum City University of New York FILM REVIEW EDITOR Noelle Stout New York University EDITORIAL BOARD Don Brenneis University of California, Santa Cruz Joe Dumit University of California, Davis Louise Lamphere University of New Mexico George Marcus University of California, Irvine Frances E. Mascia-Lees Rutgers University Mary Murrell University of California, Berkeley Lorna Rhodes University of Washington Dan Segal Pitzer College E D I TO R I A L A S S I S TA N T S Angela Orlando University of California, Los Angeles Will Thomson New York University
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Anthropology Now, a general interest peer-refereed publication, is published three times a year in April, September, and December. Each issue contains feature articles about current anthropology research, plus surveys of new research projects, essays, interviews, photo essays, poetry, and book, film, and ex- hibit reviews on a wide range of topics of interest to anthropologists, students, and the interested public. SUBMISSIONS All submissions are are peer reviewed and processed electronically. We’re looking for essays that are rel- atively short (3,000 words), fascinating, addressed to a general audience, and engaged in contemporary problems. There should be minimal jargon, few, if any references, and the essay should be shaped as a narrative. Readers’ attention should be grabbed quickly with a hook—be very clear about what is inter- esting, important, and unusual in what you have to say. If you are interested in submitting a manuscript, we ask you first to submit a one-page pitch for your pro- posed material. Briefly identify the argument you would like to advance, and tell us why it is important for the general public to understand. Once we receive the pitch, we will review it within two weeks and let you know whether you should write and submit the entire piece, or whether it would be more appro- priate for another publication. Please e-mail your pitch as a Word attachment (not a pdf). Include a brief biographical statement. If you wish to include a sample illustration, it must be camera ready, Please do not use color in any illustrative material—grayscale or line art only. Photos may be sent as jpg or tiff files (color photos that are accepted for publication will be printed in black and white). Photos must be at least 300 dpi at the size of publica- tion; 600 dpi is preferred. For extra-large files, please consult with the editor for special instructions before sending. E-mail submissions to: Katherine McCaffrey, General Editor, Anthropology Now, at [email protected] Please include “AN Submission” in the subject field. For further infor-
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