ISSN 1900- 5407
Scope and editorial policy
Antípoda, Revista de Antropología y Arqueología, is directed at the public interested in social and cultural anthropology and related topics, archeology, physical anthropology, ethno history and anthropological linguistics. It intends to create a thematic, methodological, and theoretical opening towards other social disciplines such as sociology, history, psychology, cultural and literary studies, among others, in order to establish a locally, regional, and globally active academic exchange. All of the articles published in the journal are submitted for evaluation by academic peers and for formal correction.
Given our interest to create ties between scholars of different national and continental contexts, Antípoda receives texts in Spanish and, in special volumes, in other languages, some of which could be translated to Spanish or published in their original language, following the criteria of the Editorial Board. The Spanish texts will not be able to exceed 8.500 words and texts in other languages will not be able to exceed 7.000 words, including foot notes and bibliographies.
Form and preparation of manuscripts
De Certeau, Michel 1983 L’invention du quotidien, Paris, Gallimard.
Book or article
Uribe, Carlos Alberto 1992 "Aculturación", en Margarita Serje, María Cristina Suaza y Roberto Pineda (eds.), Palabras para desarmar, pp. 25-37, Bogotá, Icanh.
Magazine and Journal Articles:
Miller, Daniel 2000 "The Fame of Trinis: Websites as Traps", en Journal of Material Culture, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp 5-24.
Sending of manuscripts
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