CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
TEACHING AND LEARNING ANTHROPOLOGY (TLA) JOURNAL
The Teaching and Learning Anthropology journal invites submissions of original research and reflections from undergraduate and graduate students in anthropology.
Submissions might include, but are not limited to: original research papers in any sub-field of anthropology; ethnographic essays; reflections on learning and teaching specific themes or concepts in the discipline; and reflections on pedagogy.
Based on original research and personal experiences, previous submissions have covered themes such as: transnational migration, prison ethnography, and teaching biological anthropology in the age of “fake news.” Please visit the Student Showcase section in the journal to view previous student submissions.
- Submissions may be sent at any time during the year and will be evaluated for publication following a review process. Research and analytical articles are evaluated using double-blind peer review. All other content is evaluated by the editors.
- Student manuscripts, including original research, op-eds, and reflections, can vary in length and format and will be evaluated individually for length by the editors.
- Please format your manuscript according to the TLA Journal Submission Template (with author names, affiliations, and contact information removed).
All queries about student manuscripts should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or to the student content editors: Tanya Matthan (email@example.com) and Alexandria Petit-Thorne (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We welcome your contributions!