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Critique of Anthropology 1974- USA, California, Newbury: SAGE Publishing; journal academic peer-reviewed quarterly Critique of Anthropology 1974- USA, California, Newbury: SAGE Publishing; journal academic peer-reviewed quarterly

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2020-04-06  https://journals.sagepub.com/aims-scope/COA 

Aims and Scope

Critique of Anthropology is a peer reviewed journal, dedicated to the development of anthropology as a discipline that subjects social reality to critical analysis. It publishes academic articles and other materials which contribute to an understanding of the determinants of the human condition, structures of social power, and the construction of ideologies in both contemporary and past human societies from a cross-cultural and socially critical standpoint. Non-sectarian, and embracing a diversity of theoretical and political viewpoints, COA is also committed to the principle that anthropologists cannot and should not seek to avoid taking positions on political and social questions.

All branches of anthropology which raise issues relevant to the journal's basic aim of developing a critical cross-cultural social science that challenges received wisdoms within both the academy and present society at large, are within the scope of the journal's interest. This may include aspects of biological anthropology, ethno-history and archaeology.

COA seeks to present work that is innovative, challenging, sometimes experimental, and often uncomfortable. Above all it aims to be a pace-setter for the development of anthropology at the international level.
 

Journal Description

 

Critique of Anthropology is dedicated to the development of anthropology as a discipline that subjects social reality to critical analysis. The journal challenges received wisdoms inside academic anthropology and in society at large, presenting work that is innovative, challenging, sometimes experimental and often uncomfortable.

"Critique of Anthropology adopts a critical spirit and self-reflection to produce significant anthropology in the present and to promote a more disciplined and principled anthropology for the future." Richard Fox, Washington University

"I have read and enjoyed Critique of Anthropology from its very first issue. It is a journal that has always been agile in picking up and debating new substantive and theoretical issues in anthropology. Throughout the years it has become a useful teaching tool, providing valuable insights into the developments in our discipline." Verena Stolcke, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

"Critique of Anthropology has been the only anthropological journal with a genuinely distinctive personality in recent times." Maurice Bloch, London School of Economics

"I welcome Critique of Anthropology's particular mix of new answers to old questions and searching examinations of new departures." Eric Wolf, City University of New York

Electronic access:

Critique of Anthropology is available electronically on SAGE Journals Online at http://coa.sagepub.com

 

2020-04-06  https://journals.sagepub.com/aims-scope/COA 

Aims and Scope

Critique of Anthropology is a peer reviewed journal, dedicated to the development of anthropology as a discipline that subjects social reality to critical analysis. It publishes academic articles and other materials which contribute to an understanding of the determinants of the human condition, structures of social power, and the construction of ideologies in both contemporary and past human societies from a cross-cultural and socially critical standpoint. Non-sectarian, and embracing a diversity of theoretical and political viewpoints, COA is also committed to the principle that anthropologists cannot and should not seek to avoid taking positions on political and social questions.

All branches of anthropology which raise issues relevant to the journal's basic aim of developing a critical cross-cultural social science that challenges received wisdoms within both the academy and present society at large, are within the scope of the journal's interest. This may include aspects of biological anthropology, ethno-history and archaeology.

COA seeks to present work that is innovative, challenging, sometimes experimental, and often uncomfortable. Above all it aims to be a pace-setter for the development of anthropology at the international level.
 

Journal Description

 

Critique of Anthropology is dedicated to the development of anthropology as a discipline that subjects social reality to critical analysis. The journal challenges received wisdoms inside academic anthropology and in society at large, presenting work that is innovative, challenging, sometimes experimental and often uncomfortable.

"Critique of Anthropology adopts a critical spirit and self-reflection to produce significant anthropology in the present and to promote a more disciplined and principled anthropology for the future." Richard Fox, Washington University

"I have read and enjoyed Critique of Anthropology from its very first issue. It is a journal that has always been agile in picking up and debating new substantive and theoretical issues in anthropology. Throughout the years it has become a useful teaching tool, providing valuable insights into the developments in our discipline." Verena Stolcke, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

"Critique of Anthropology has been the only anthropological journal with a genuinely distinctive personality in recent times." Maurice Bloch, London School of Economics

"I welcome Critique of Anthropology's particular mix of new answers to old questions and searching examinations of new departures." Eric Wolf, City University of New York

Electronic access:

Critique of Anthropology is available electronically on SAGE Journals Online at http://coa.sagepub.com

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