Insights of Anthropology

 ISSN: 2578-6482

Insights of Anthropology

About Journal


Insights of Anthropology is an open access, peer reviewed journal publishing latest research insights in human past and present. The journal emphasizes latest studies concerned to human in all its aspects: from the evolution as a species, to the relationship with the material world, and the vast variety of social practices and cultural forms existing and that have already become extinct. This is a long lasting discipline that tries to explain humanity in various forms. This multidiscipline majorly includes but not limit to biological anthropology, social anthropology, medical anthropology and material culture.

This journal includes a wide range of manuscript forms such as original, reviews, commentaries, rapid communications, letters, opinions, perspectives and other short articles. The journal allows the readers to use and reuse the content with no restriction barriers with proper citation of the scholarly work under Creative Commons Attribution License. The journal content published is selectively chosen by the section editors after evaluation by multiple peers to make certain only high quality manuscripts are published.

The journal represents the distinctive strands of research that are presently being pursued within Anthropology's expanding research community.


Editorial Board



Dr. James C Chatters

Applied Paleoscience
Bothell
Washington
United States of America
Tel: 425-402-7004


Prof. Douglas R White

Professor
Department of Anthropology
Institute of Mathematical Behavioral Science
UC Irvine
United States of America


Prof. Carol Camp Yeakey

Marshall S Snow Professor
Department of Arts & Sciences
Washington University in St Louis
United States of America
Tel: 314-935-6241


Prof. Ernest Quimby

Professor
Department of Sociology and Criminology
Howard University
United States of America
Tel: 202-806-6819


Dr. Alan H McGowan

Chair
Environmental Studies Program
The New School - Public Engagement
New york
United States of America


Prof. Jacques Demongeot

Professor Emeritus
Universite Grenoble Alpes
Grenoble
France
Tel: 0476637146


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