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The New Florida Journal of Anthropology is a graduate student run, open-access, peer-reviewed journal housed in the Anthropology Department at the University of Florida. NFJA partnered with George A. Smathers Libraries to relaunch the Florida Journal of Anthropology, which was in press from 1976-1995. NFJA is also working to digitize all original FJA print-only publications to be available on the Florida Online Journals platform. By collaborating with @uflib and FOJ, NFJA is able to offer all publications in an online, open-access format that is 100% free to both authors and readers.

As an anthropology journal, we welcome submissions from all sub-fields and tangential disciplines equally. There are no temporal or geographic restrictions on subject matter. We encourage graduate students, faculty, researchers, and undergraduates to contribute to the journal. Submissions are not limited to UF affiliates, all researchers are welcome to apply.

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We've got buttons!

Our amazingly talented interns made these buttons and took this fab photo today! #nfja #undergradsrock #talentedstudents

New QR Code!

We have a new QR code so you can easily find all NFJA accounts!




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