How to Get Published in Anthropology: A Guide for Students and Young Professionals

by Catherine Besteman, Don Brenneis, Jason E. Miller

AltaMira Press | November 15, 2011 | Kobo Edition (eBook)

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This one-stop guide to getting published in anthropology gives graduate students and young professionals the crucial information and tools they need to tackle the all-important requirement to publish. Part I provides step-by-step guidance on key efforts that budding anthropologists can benefit from, including organizing a conference panel, creating a poster, presenting a paper, getting an article published in a journal, and publishing a dissertation as a monograph. In Part II, scholars in the anthropology subdisciplines offer first-hand insight into publishing in their area. Part III chapters cover author contracts, copyright issues, collaboration, and online publishing opportunities. Helpful appendices list anthropology journals and publishers specializing in anthropology books.

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Published: November 15, 2011

Publisher: AltaMira Press

Language: English

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ISBN - 10: 0759121095

ISBN - 13: 9780759121096

Found in: Social and Cultural Studies

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How to Get Published in Anthropology: A Guide for Students and Young Professionals

by Catherine Besteman, Don Brenneis, Jason E. Miller, Mary Bucholtz, Oona Schmid, Paul A. Garber, Paul N. Edwards, Peter Biella, Tom Boellstorff, William Green

Format: Kobo Edition (eBook)

Published: November 15, 2011

Publisher: AltaMira Press

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0759121095

ISBN - 13: 9780759121096

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This one-stop guide to getting published in anthropology gives graduate students and young professionals the crucial information and tools they need to tackle the all-important requirement to publish. Part I provides step-by-step guidance on key efforts that budding anthropologists can benefit from, including organizing a conference panel, creating a poster, presenting a paper, getting an article published in a journal, and publishing a dissertation as a monograph. In Part II, scholars in the anthropology subdisciplines offer first-hand insight into publishing in their area. Part III chapters cover author contracts, copyright issues, collaboration, and online publishing opportunities. Helpful appendices list anthropology journals and publishers specializing in anthropology books.