The Anthropology Department encourages undergraduate students to pursue original research projects in any of Anthropology's four sub-fields, and to consider submitting an article based on this research to one of the three journals currently available to NYU undergraduates (see below). Articles submitted will be peer-reviewed. The subject matter is open, and projects can be based on honors theses, independent study courses, or internships.
UM: Undergraduate Journal of Anthropology
The University of Michigan Undergraduate Journal of Anthropology is a new journal focused on showcasing the best work produced by undergraduates in all four fields of the discipline.
We are currently accepting submissions from universities across the United States.
All submission guidelines can be found on our website at umichanthrojournal.com. The submission deadline is March 1, 2016. Questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org, or alternatively email@example.com.
Humanus: Journal of Human Rights
Fall 2014 Issue
According to Komal Patel, Editor in Chief, Humanus "is a publication dedicated to bringing forward issues of human rights occurring across the globe. We aim to raise awareness of these abuses in the hope that our publication will spark discussion and action surrounding these issues." The journal is published once a semester and is a fantastic opportunity for students interested in issues of the state, the body, marginalized populations, and other human rights related topics. Submissions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Spring 2015 deadline is March 10th, 2015.
Editor in Chief
- Komal Patel
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Journal of Politics and International Affairs
Fall 2014 Issue
According to their website, the Journal of Politics and International Affairs at NYU is "a student-run publication that provides a forum for outstanding student work on relevant, thought-provoking topics in the domestic and international political landscape, including political science, economics, history, and journalism. We firmly believe that the student works published by the Journal have been legitimate and valued contributions the intellectual growth of students at New York University and of students nationwide." Please e-mail submissions, questions, and comments to email@example.com.
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Antropologia: NYU Undergraduate Journal of Human Cultures and Sciences
Antropologia is currently under construction. Please check back soon with more information about the journal, including social media, website, and contact information.
Artricia Rasyid (2015 - Anthropology/Comparative Literature)
Chishimba Malata (2018 - Anthropology/History)
Sophia Chen (2016 - Anthropology/Chemistry)
Isabella Biberaj (2017 - Anthropology/Spanish)
Christine Jian (2016 - Anthropology/Economics)
Gagarin Zhao (2017 - Psychology/Anthropology)
Dia Beggs (2018 - Anthropology/Journalism)
Emma Curtis (2015 - Anthropology)
Charline Jao (2016 - English/Anthropology)
Rafael Aguirre (2016 - Anthropology/Chemistry)
If you have further questions about NYU publication opportunities for Undergraduate students, please feel free to email Sam Rolfe, the Undergraduate Administrative Aide of the Anthropology Department, at firstname.lastname@example.org.