The Anthropology of Work Review is the publication of the Society for the Anthropology of Work, which is a section of the American Anthropological Association. The goal of the journal is to publish research that will facilitate exchanges between those engaged in the study of all dimensions of human work. Articles and photo essays are welcomed from those working inside and outside academic contexts, from all nations and from all subfields and areas of specialty within anthropology. Theoretical and methodological discussions of the study of work and its contexts are encouraged, including interdisciplinary, collaborative, and student submissions.
Editor, Anthropology of Work Review
c/o Department of Anthropology
University of South Carolina
Columbia, SC 29208
Articles submitted for peer review for publication in the Anthropology of Work Review may be sent at any time during the year. Please submit manuscripts electronically, in Word (without identifying headers and footers), accompanied by full contact information. Manuscripts should be approximately 20 pages, including references, and be double-spaced and formatted according to the style guide available on the American Anthropological Association Internet site. Please send, as a separate attachment, a one-paragraph abstract for the article with at least 5 keywords. Send article manuscripts to the AWR General Editor, Ann Kingsolver, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Correspondence may be addressed to Ann Kingsolver at the Department of Anthropology, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC 29208.
All book review and visual review inquiries and manuscripts should be directed to the AWR Reviews Editor, Carrie Lane Chet: cchet@FULLERTON.EDU Correspondence may be addressed to:
Carrie Lane Chet
AWR Reviews Editor
Department of American Studies, UH 313
California State University, Fullerton
Fullerton, CA 92834
Book reviews should not exceed 4 double-spaced pages, and review essays should not exceed 10 pages.
There is a new section in the journal called Scenes at Work that includes photographs and photographic essays. Photographs of and/or by workers should be submitted electronically as tif files, in black and white, and the person submitting photographic material needs to provide proof that those photographed have given specific permission to have their image(s) reproduced in the Anthropology of Work Review. Inquiries, photographs, and photographic essays should be directed to Ann Kingsolver at the above address.
Members of the Society for the Anthropology of Work Section of the American Anthropological Association receive the Anthropology of Work Review as part of their membership. Single copies are available for $5.00 to SAW members and $6.00 for non-members by contacting the AAA Member Services Department 703/528-1902 ext. 3031.
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