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The New Florida Journal of Anthropology is an open access, peer-reviewed, graduate student-run academic journal housed in the Anthropology Department of the University of Florida. Submissions are not limited to the UF community or its affiliates. We encourage diversity of scholarship by publishing any anthropologically focused research with no geographic or temporal restrictions.  In the spirit of inclusion, we also welcome research from related subjects including linguistics, geography, history and other related fields. Our primary goal is the dissemination of knowledge. To attain this, NFJA issues are gold open access, meaning they are digital, and completely free of charge for both authors and readers. 

We accept submissions from established researchers who have either earned a graduate degree (MA, MS, PhD, etc) or are currently in graduate school. We accept submissions from undergraduates provided that at least one author has earned a graduate degree or is currently in graduate school. All research article submissions are subject to double-blind peer-review by experts in the field, while ethnographic film submissions undergo single-blind review.

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News

Vote for our next cover image!

The New Florida Journal of Anthropology is holding its second cover art contest. The editorial board has selected 5 images as finalists to be included in the contest. You now have the opportunity to choose which photo will be the cover image of our upcoming publication, Volume 1 Issue 2! The contest ends November 15th, 2020 at 5pm EST.  Please… Read more Vote for our next cover image!

Perspectives in Anthropology

Perspectives in Anthropology features short-form essays on social or practical issues that directly face underrepresented scholars within the field, or timely issues in anthropology. Original research is not required for submissions as the intention is to provide a platform for those who wish to communicate their experiences and perspectives in relation to the field of… Read more Perspectives in Anthropology

Workshop 9/25!

University of Florida graduate students are invited to join NFJA for a workshop on Friday September 25th, 2020 at 11am! Dr. Connie Mulligan will discuss peer review, how to be a good reviewer, and what authors should expect during the publication process.  If you have specific questions you would like us to cover you can… Read more Workshop 9/25!

Inaugural Issue Newsletter!

Learn about our first issue, submission types, and meet the new team! You can also check out Volume 1 Issue 1 by clicking the image below!

Call for Submissions!

We are still accepting limited submissions for Volume 1 Issue 2! Ethnographic Films: 7/15/2020Book Reviews: 10/15/2020 Perspectives in Anthropology: 10/15/2020 NFJA Notes: 10/15/2020 Conference Reviews/Summaries: 10/15/2020 Dissertation & Thesis Abstracts: 11/1/2020 Research Posters: 11/1/2020Publication Release Winter   We are also accepting submissions for Volume 2 Issue 1 (publication release Summer 2021)!

Upcoming Deadlines!

NFJA Deadline Reminder  Position vacancy inquiries are due by July 15th, 2020. NFJA is seeking to fill positions from graduate students within the UF Department of Anthropology for: Medical Anthropology Editor, Managing Copyeditor, Visual Media Editor, Review Editor, Director of Funds, Social Media Coordinator, and Diversity and Accessibility Editor. A current CV and short cover letter… Read more Upcoming Deadlines!

New Submission Formats Accepted!

Upcoming deadlines for #NFJA Volume 1 Issue 2! Now accepting new submission types, including Ethnographic Films, Research Posters, NFJA Notes, and Perspectives in Anthropology. For more information and guidelines, please visit journals.flvc.org/NFJA/about/submissions. All publications are gold #openaccess, 100% free to both authors and readers. Non-English submissions are welcome. Please contact nfja@anthro.ufl.edu with questions.

Statement from NFJA Regarding #BLM

As an organization dedicated to diversity, accessibility, and inclusion,  we at the New Florida Journal of Anthropology feel it is our duty to publicly take a stance against the unjust and horrific actions against People of Color (POC) in America. Silence and inaction are fuels to the fire of violent conduct which has plagued POC and other minority… Read more Statement from NFJA Regarding #BLM

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