Anthropology: Open Access
About the Journal
Welcome to Anthropology: Open Access, an interdisciplinary journal dedicated to promoting the study and understanding of human societies, cultures, and their development throughout history. As an open-access publication, we aim to make valuable research accessible to a wide audience, fostering global knowledge exchange and collaboration in the field of anthropology.
Our journal serves as a platform for researchers, scholars, and practitioners to contribute to the advancement of anthropological knowledge. We welcome original research articles, reviews, and critical essays that explore various aspects of human life, including social structures, belief systems, linguistic diversity, material culture, and the dynamics of human-environment interactions.
Open Access: Anthropology: Open Access is freely available to readers worldwide. We believe that knowledge should be accessible to all, fostering inclusivity and promoting global dialogue in anthropology. Read More At Open Access Policy Page
Interdisciplinary Approach: We encourage submissions from diverse disciplinary perspectives, including cultural anthropology, biological anthropology, archaeology, linguistic anthropology, and applied anthropology. By embracing interdisciplinary scholarship, we aim to foster a holistic understanding of human societies and cultures.
Rigorous Peer Review: Our journal follows a rigorous peer-review process to ensure the quality and integrity of published research. All submissions undergo thorough evaluation by experts in the field, maintaining the high academic standards that drive anthropological scholarship. Read More At Peer Review Proccess Page
Broad Scope: Anthropology: Open Access covers a wide range of topics within anthropology, encompassing both contemporary and historical research. We encourage submissions that address pressing societal issues, cross-cultural comparisons, and emerging theoretical frameworks. Read More At Aims and Scope Page
Global Perspectives: We actively seek contributions from researchers around the world, providing a platform for diverse voices and perspectives. By incorporating global perspectives, we aim to enrich anthropological discourse and foster cross-cultural understanding.
Engaging Content: In addition to original research articles, we feature thought-provoking editorials, book reviews, and interviews with leading anthropologists. Our goal is to provide readers with engaging and informative content that stimulates scholarly discourse and inspires further exploration.
Impactful Research: Anthropology: Open Access aims to publish research that contributes to the advancement of anthropological knowledge and has real-world implications. We encourage research that sheds light on pressing social, cultural, and environmental challenges and offers innovative solutions.
Indexing & Abstracting
All published articles are assigned to Digital Object Identifier (DOI) – Crossref.
All published articles of this journal are included in the indexing and abstracting coverage of:
- Genamics – JournalSeek
- Academic Keys
- ResearchBib - Academic Research Index
- Geneva Foundation for Medical Education and Research
- International Innovative Journal Impact Factor (IIJIF)
- Open J-Gate
- Directory of Journals indexing
All published articles are permanently archived and available at Gavin Publishers website in HTML and PDF formats.
We invite anthropologists, scholars, researchers, and students to submit their work to Anthropology: Open Access. By sharing your research with our community, you contribute to the growth of the discipline, foster interdisciplinary collaboration, and help shape the future of anthropology.
Join us in our commitment to open access, inclusivity, and the exploration of human diversity in Anthropology Journals. Together, let's push the boundaries of anthropological knowledge and promote a deeper understanding of our shared human experience.
D Michael Jackson
Rosila Bee Mohd Hussain
Welyne Jeffrey Jehom
Jack M Schultz
Bosnia and Herzegovina
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