There are many anthropology journals. Unfortunately, not all of them are read or heard of equally! This is a group for posting call-for-papers for all known and unknown journals, promoting the OAC's spirit of international cooperation.
Historians of Anthropology and anthropologists interested in the forerunners and builders of the discipline are invited to share all kinds of ideas, questions and projects. Edward Tylor is the patron of this group.
A group for discussing and exploring that other thing that many of us do with anthropology: teaching. Tactics, strategies, pedagogical theory -- anything related to teaching anthropology is fair game.See More
Kinship refers to relations between individuals who are in relationships either by descent or marriage (and in some occasions fictive kinship).A field that is now ignored by researchers and scholars, despite it's use for areas like gender studies.
For those interested in discussing issues related to processes that generally get glossed as globalization. How do we understand globalization? Are we fruitfully engaging with studies of globalization in other disciplines?
Whether you investigate the use of mobile phones, Aboriginal paintings, ethnographic displays in museums, cultural properties of artefacts, the role of artefacts in rituals, festivals, history of collections, techniques or new technologies...
This group is dedicated to anthropological explorations of the human brain. Neuroanthropology is an interdisciplinary field that sits at the nexus of biological anthropology, cognitive neuroscience, and evolutionary neurobiology/neuroanatomy.