The High Plains Society for Applied Anthropologist has published some version of a professional journal almost since its inception. For many years the journal was called The High Plains Applied Anthropologist; in 2005 this was changed to simply The Applied Anthropologist, recognizing its appeal to academics and practitioners both within and beyond the High Plains region. In fact, the journal publishes articles from authors throughout the U.S. and beyond, on many aspects of applied anthropology and related fields. In addition to research articles, we publish shorter notes describing research projects; book reviews (including multiple reviews with author responses); and commentaries.
Omertaa, journal for Applied Anthropology, was launched in January, 2007. It is an international peer reviewed journal, with an academic board, publishing on issues which belong to the broader field of Anthropology and related issues. The offices are located in Ghent (Belgium), which is also the residence of the supporting organization: Expeditions, Research in Applied Anthropology.