Journal of Anthropological Research
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The Journal of Anthropological Researchis published in the interest of general anthropology. It was founded by Leslie Spier in 1945 as the Southwestern Journal of Anthropology. JAR publishes substantive, peer-reviewed research articles and book reviews in all subfields of anthropology, totaling approximately six hundred pages of text annually. It sponsors and publishes the JAR Distinguished Lectures by leading scholars in the discipline. JAR is an independent, non-profit medium for the dissemination of significant, theoretically informed, broadly contextualized research results of interest to the international profession of anthropology. It has over one thousand subscribers worldwide. Institutions may receive JAR electronically for a modest fee in addition to the hard-copy subscription.
Coverage: 1973-2011 (Vol. 29, No. 1 - Vol. 67, No. 4)
Moving Wall: 3 years
ISSN: 00917710
Subjects: Anthropology, Social Sciences
Collections: Arts_test092608, JSTOR Essential Collection