The Australian Journal of Anthropology

The Journal of the Australian Anthropological Society
ISSN: 1035-8811

Editor: Michael Allen Book Review Editor: Jeremy Beckett

The Australian Journal of Anthropology (TAJA) publishes scholarly papers and book reviews in anthropology and related disciplines. Though wide ranging in its areas of interest, the journal especially welcomes theoretically focused analyses and ethnographic reports based on fieldwork carried out in Australia and neighbouring countries in the Pacific and Asian regions.

It appears three times a year (April, August and December) and at least one issue per annum is devoted to a specific topic under the direction of a guest editor. Each issue contains approximately 125 pages.

Contacts:

Post: TAJA, c/o Dept. of Anthropology, University of Sydney, NSW, 2006, Australia.

Tel: (61) (0)2 9036 9352 Fax: (61) (0)2 9645 6171
Email: aas.taja@arts.usyd.edu.au

Some recent articles:

Jonathan Friedman Indigenous Struggles and the Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie
Bruce Kapferer Star Wars: About Anthropology, Culture and Globalisation
Nigel Rapport Random Mind: Towards an Appreciation of Openness in Individual, Society and Anthropology
James Weiner Religion, Belief and Action: The Case of Ngarrindjeri ‘Women’s Business’ on Hindmarsh Island
George E. Marcus Beyond Malinowski and After Writing Culture
Jeremy Beckett Some Aspects of Continuity and Change Among Anthropologists in Australia
Diane Austin-Broos Globalisation and the Genesis of Values
Annette Hamilton Beyond Anthropology, Towards Actuality
Tine Gammeltoft The Ritualisation of Abortion in Vietnam

Some recent Special Issues:

Special Issue 10 Anthropology and Cultural Studies
Special Issue 11 Anthropology at Home in Australia
Special Issue 12 The Politics of Dance
Special Issue 13 Beyond Syncretism: Indigenous Expressions of World Religions
Special Issue 14 The Anthropology of Sport
Special Issue 15 Taste This: an Anthropological Examination of Food

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