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Alaska Journal of Anthropology

Mission Statement

Established in 2000, the Alaska Journal of Anthropology is a peer-reviewed publication of the Alaska Anthropological Association. AJA publishes articles and reports from all four fields of anthropology and related disciplines, including history, geography, linguistics, and indigenous languages. AJA also provides a forum for ethnographic and ethnohistoric narratives and translations. Publication emphasis is on Alaska and adjacent regions of Canada and Russia; however, AJA also publishes on issues of broader interest to Northern and Arctic researchers.

Submissions

Alaska Journal of Anthropology Style Guide Download

Email submissions to one of our AJA editors below.

Open Access

Articles and Reports can be published immediately online as open access if authors or their institutions pay production fees of $1000 for articles and $500 for reports. There are no fees for publishing non-open access works and these will become fee to the public two years after the original date of publication.

 

Editors

Kenneth L. Pratt (Bureau of Indian Affairs)  akpratt@gci.net
Brian T. Wygal (Adelphi University)  bwygal@adelphi.edu

Research Notes
Anne Jensen (UIC Science)  anne.jensen@uiccs.com

Book Reviews
Erica Hill (University of Alaska Southeast)  edhill@alaska.edu

Thesis and Dissertation Abstracts
Monty Rogers (Cultural Alaska)   culturalalaska@gmail.com

 

Editorial Board

Aron Crowell (Arctic Studies Center, Smithsonian Institution)

Don Dumond (University of Oregon)

Max Friesen (University of Toronto)

Bjarne Grønnow (National Museum of Denmark)

Scott Heyes (Canberra University)

Erica Hill (University of Alaska Southeast)