The Applied Anthropologist
The High Plains Society for Applied Anthropologist has published some version of a professional journal almost since its inception. For many years the journal was called The High Plains Applied Anthropologist
; in 2005 this was changed to simply The Applied Anthropologist
, recognizing its appeal to academics and practitioners both within and beyond the High Plains region. In fact, the journal publishes articles from authors throughout the U.S. and beyond, on many aspects of applied anthropology and related fields. In addition to research articles, we publish shorter notes describing research projects; book reviews (including multiple reviews with author responses); and commentaries. For more information on the journal, please contact the Editor-in-Chief, Stephen O. Stewart (firstname.lastname@example.org
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Call For Submissions
We encourage practitioners, students, community members, and faculty from all disciplines to submit articles. The Applied Anthropologist is published twice each year, in the spring and fall. It is peer-reviewed and professionally edited and produced. The Editor and one or more anonymous peer reviewers will review the manuscript prior to its acceptance for publication.
In addition to research and thematic articles, we feature commentaries and reviews, including invited book reviews in which several individuals review a book and the author responds to those reviews. For inquiries about a possible article topic, book or video review idea, or theme issue, please contact Editor-in-Chief Stephen O. Stewart (email@example.com
), or Managing Editor Andrea Akers (firstname.lastname@example.org
To submit an article for consideration in TAA, email it as a Word or Pages file to the Editor. Please read and follow The Applied Anthropologist Author's Guidelines
before submitting articles. All manuscripts must be received in electronic form to be considered for review and publication. The Editor will contact the author with questions or to provide further information if needed.
If you are interested in reviewing manuscripts for the journal, or editing a thematic issue, please contact the Editor with a brief email explaining your interests, experience, or proposal.
You do not have to be a member of HPSfAA to submit a manuscript for consideration. Whether or not you submit a manuscript, however, we encourage you to join HPSfAA (a subscription to the journal is a benefit).