International Journal of Anthropology
The International Journal of Anthropology provides a vehicle for international communication among anthropologists, with the goal of increasing cooperation between and sustaining established anthropological societies and their members. The journal covers anthropological subjects outside the scope of human and non-human primate evolution, and publishes on all aspects of anthropology with an emphasis on auxology, demography, human variation, population biology, nutrition, applied anthropology, medical anthropology, evolutionary psychology, human biology, and human ecology.
The Journal serves as the official organ of the European Anthropological Association.
20 Volumes 62 Issues 582 Articles available from 1986 - 2006Browse Volumes & Issues
As of completion of Volume 21 (2006), this journal is no longer published by Springer.
Gülfem Uysal (December 2006)
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