Announcing 3 New AARN Subject Matter eJournals

We are pleased to announce three new Anthropology & Archaeology Research Network (AARN) Subject Matter eJournals - Cross-Cultural Studies eJournal; Legal Anthropology eJournal; and Political Anthropology eJournal.

Subscriptions will be free during the start-up phase until May 2017.

CROSS-CULTURAL STUDIES eJOURNAL

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Description: This eJournal includes working and accepted paper abstracts of cross-cultural studies. The topics in this eJournal include: Archaeology; Biological Anthropology; Cultural Anthropology; Psychological Anthropology; Anthropology of Education; Linguistic Anthropology; Urban & Transnational Anthropology; Medical Anthropology; Environmental Anthropology; Anthropology of Religion; Anthropology of Agriculture & Nutrition; Applied Anthropology; Other Cross-Cultural Studies.

LEGAL ANTHROPOLOGY eJOURNAL

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Description: This eJournal includes working and accepted paper abstracts of legal anthropology studies. The topics in this eJournal include: Cross-Cultural Legal Systems & International Law, Laws & Constitutions, Family Law, Criminal Law, The Legal Profession, and any other topic related to Legal Anthropology.

POLITICAL ANTHROPOLOGY eJOURNAL

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Description: This eJournal includes working and accepted paper abstracts of political anthropology studies. The topics in this eJournal include: Political Organization, Theorizing Politics & Power, Civil Society, Social Movements & Citizenship, and any other topic related to Political Anthropology.

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Sincerely,

Louise Lamphere
Director
Anthropology & Archaeology Research Network