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The New Florida Journal of Anthropology (NFJA) is built on the tradition of the original Florida Journal of Anthropology, which was in press from 1976-1995. NFJA is run by graduate students in the Anthropology Department at the University of Florida. Submissions are accepted from students at both the graduate and undergraduate level, as well as established researchers and academic staff. Submissions are not limited to members of the UF community. Diversity of research is encouraged by accepting work in all subfields of anthropology, as well as temporal and geographic regions, equally. Although NFJA is an anthropology journal, submissions are open to any body of research that includes an anthropological focus. The tradition of academic integrity is upheld by maintaining the double-blind peer-review process. The primary goal is the dissemination of knowledge. To attain this, both the original FJA and current NFJA editions in an open-access digital format, free of charge.
The first edition will be published in late Spring 2020. If you have research that you would like to submit feel free to reach out! Reviewers for submissions are also needed, if you are interested in reviewing for the journal please send an email to the journal editors. The NFJA email is firstname.lastname@example.org or you can contact the coordinating editor, Megan Hanna Fry, at email@example.com. Submission guidelines can be found on the website at nfjanthro.wordpress.com. You can also follow the journal on Twitter: @AnthroNfj.