Overview

This one-stop guide to getting published in anthropology gives graduate students and young professionals the crucial information and tools they need to tackle the all-important requirement to publish. Part I provides step-by-step guidance on key efforts that budding anthropologists can benefit from, including organizing a conference panel, creating a poster, presenting a paper, getting an article published in a journal, and publishing a dissertation as a monograph. In Part II, scholars in the anthropology ...

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How to Get Published in Anthropology: A Guide for Students and Young Professionals

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Overview

This one-stop guide to getting published in anthropology gives graduate students and young professionals the crucial information and tools they need to tackle the all-important requirement to publish. Part I provides step-by-step guidance on key efforts that budding anthropologists can benefit from, including organizing a conference panel, creating a poster, presenting a paper, getting an article published in a journal, and publishing a dissertation as a monograph. In Part II, scholars in the anthropology subdisciplines offer first-hand insight into publishing in their area. Part III chapters cover author contracts, copyright issues, collaboration, and online publishing opportunities. Helpful appendices list anthropology journals and publishers specializing in anthropology books.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780759121096
  • Publisher: AltaMira Press
  • Publication date: 11/15/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 184
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Jason E. Miller is a doctoral candidate in applied anthropology at the University of South Florida specializing in visual and participatory approaches to anthropology. He holds the student seat on the executive board of the American Anthropological Association.

Oona Schmid is director of publishing at the American Anthropological Association, the publisher of more than 20 journals and AnthroSource
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Table of Contents

Introduction: What Is Publishing?

PART I: STEP-BY-STEP GUIDANCE AND ADVICE
Chapter 1: Attending Conferences and Organizing a Panel by Jason E. Miller
Chapter 2. Creating a Poster by John Trainor
Chapter 3. Presenting a Paper by Paul N. Edwards
Chapter 4. Submitting and Getting an Article Accepted in a Journal by Tom Boellstorff
Chapter 5. Publishing Your Dissertation as a Monograph by Sarah Caro

PART II: SUBDISCIPLINARY CONSIDERATIONS
Chapter 6. Archaeology by William Green and Linda Forman
Chapter 7. Applied and Practicing Anthropology by Tim Wallace
Chapter 8. : Biological and Physical Anthropology by Paul A. Garber
Chapter 9. Cultural/Social Anthropology and Ethnography by Catherine Besteman
Chapter10. Linguistic Anthropology by Mary Bucholtz
Chapter 11. Medical Anthropology by Linda M. Whiteford and Cecilia Vindrola Padros
Chapter 12. Visual Anthropology by Peter Biella

PART III: GENERAL DISCUSSIONS
Chapter 13. Author Agreements by Ricky S. Huard
Chapter 14. Copyright by Peter Givler
Chapter 15. Collaboration by Don Brenneis
Chapter 16. Online Opportunities and Challenges by Hugh W. Jarvis
Appendix A: Anthropology Journals
Appendix B: Publishers That Publish Anthropology Monographs
About the Editors and Contributors
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