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Anthropologie

International Journal of Human Diversity and Evolution

  • ISSN 0323-1119 (Printed)
  • ISSN 2570-9127 (Online)
  • Formát: 210×279 mm
  • Three issues in volume 
Editor-In-Chief:doc. Mgr. Zdeňka Nerudová, Ph.D.
Centre for Cultural Anthropology, Moravian Museum, Brno
Editorial Board:
Jaroslav Brůžek (Bordeaux)
Ladislava Horáčková (Brno)
Petr Neruda (Brno)
Vladimír Novotný (Brno)
Martin Oliva (Moravian museum, Brno)
Václav Soukup (Prague)
Jiří A. Svoboda (Brno)
Alena Šefčáková (Bratislava)
Milan Thurzo (Bratislava)
Václav Vančata (Prague)
Collaborators:
Alan Bilsborough (Durham)
Eugenia Cunha (Coimbra)
David Frayer (Lawrence)
Maria Dolores Garralda (Madrid)
Dominique Grimaud-Hervé (Paris)
Winfried Henke (Mainz)
Rimantas Jankauskas (Vilnius)
Anne Katzenberg (Calgary)
Henry de Lumley (Paris)
Marie-Antoinette de Lumley (Paris)
Maria Teschler-Nicola (Wien)
Janusz Piontek (Poznań)
Anne-marie Tillier (Bordeaux)
Douglas H. Ubelaker (Washington)
Herbert Ullrich (Berlin)
Eligio Vacca (Bari)

Anthropologie – International Journal of Human Diversity and Evolution is a journal of 'four field' anthropology, publishing original articles from all areas of anthropological sciences. The journal is interdisciplinary, wishing to combine insights and approaches from across the biological anthropology, archaeology, and social anthropology. The journal features papers in a wide variety of areas, including bioarchaeology, human variability and adaptation, palaeoanthropology and hominid evolution, human biology, human ethology, primatology, prehistory and archaeology, prehistoric art and social and cultural anthropology.

The journal was founded by Jindřich Matiegka, Professor of Anthropology, Charles University, Prague, on the suggestion of and with financial support of Dr. Aleš Hrdlička in 1923. Matiegka edited 19 volumes (vols I-XIX) until 1941 when the University was closed by the Nazi occupants. In the 1962, the journal Anthropologie was restored by Professor Jan Jelínek, widely known and internationally recognised Czech anthropologist, with a subtitle 'International Journal of the Science of Man' (volumes numbered from 1 in arabic numerals).

The journal considers submissions in four categories: Original papers, Research reports, Book reviews and News. Anthropologie regularly presents also monothematic issues devoted to a single topic or covering good quality conference papers. Monothematic issues are usually co-edited by Guest Editor(s). Each manuscript is peer-reviewed by two anonymous reviewers with a special interest in the subject covered by the manuscript. Antropologie adopted a double-blind review, neither reviewers' nor authors' identities are revealed to the other party. Anthropologie - International Journal of the Science of Man is published in three issues per year.

Anthropologie - International Journal of Human Diversity and Evolution is published by the Moravian Museum, Brno, and registered in the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic as MK ČR E 1090.

Indexing and Abstracting:

  • WOS
  • Scopus  /  Elsevier (from 2014 onwards)
  • ProQuest Social Science Journals  /  ProQuest
  • ERIH  European Reference Index for the Humanities (INT2 category in Anthropology)  /  ESF
  • ERIH PLUS  European Reference Index for the Humanities and the Social Sciences
  • IBSS  International Bibliography of the Social Sciences  /  ProQuest
  • Ulrichsweb  /   ProQuest Serials Solutions
  • Francis   /  INIST-CNRS  /  available via Proquest-CSA and EBSCO Publishing
  • AIO   /  The Anthropological Index Online  /  Royal Anthropological Institute
  • Anthropological Literature   /  Harvard University
  • Refdoc   /  INIST-CNRS
Address of the editorial office:doc. Mgr. Zdeňka Nerudová, Ph.D.
Centre for Cultural Anthropology, Moravian Museum, Brno, Czech Republic
e-mail: anthropologie@mzm.cz
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