Southern Anthropologist (ISSN: 1554-4133) is the peer-reviewed journal of the Southern Anthropological Society. The editors welcome essays and book and film reviews that broaden anthropological knowledge of all subdisciplines in anthropology and their applied forms.
A single edition of the Southern Anthropologist will be out at the end of the year with a major section on using digital media in teaching anthropology. The expectation is to return to a twice-a-year format in 2013.
We invite submissions for future issues at any time. Submissions and inquiries can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions should contain a brief (200 word) abstract and conform to the “AAA Style Guide” (2009) accessible here.
In addition, if you have an idea for a collection of articles around a central theme for a future issue, we would be happy to discuss those possibilities. Book and film reviews (approximately 800 words or less) are also welcome.
We are also considering adding a “Research Notes” section that will allow us to feature innovative and important research in progress; these research reports will also be submitted to a review process.
If you have a potential submission of any kind, or would like to have your name added to a list of reviewers for submissions, please send your information to the email address above.
Winter 2014 (Volume 36, Number 1)
|Margaret Williamson Huber|
"Video" means "I See": Media and Anthropological Instruction
|Elizabeth Elliott Cooper|
Pop Culture Pedagogy: Television and Film as Simulated Ethnographic Data
Stories and/of Self: Using Digital Storytelling in the Anthropology Classroom
|Suellen R. Regonini|
“What will this do for my career?” Teaching Cultural Diversity to Design Students in a For-Profit Institution
|Elizabeth Elliott Cooper and Max Stein|
Audiovisual Media as a Pedagogical Tool: A Brief Annotated Bibliography