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Subject: anthropology of work review
From: "Chibnik, Michael S"
Date: Thu, January 3, 2008 12:43 pm
To: SEA-L@LISTSERV.ALBANY.EDU
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I am the new editor of the Anthropology of Work Review. I have put below
part of a column that will appear in a forthcoming Anthropology Newsletter
in which I solicit contributions for the journal. I especially encourage
submissions from SEA members.

Mike
Chibnik

I am pleased to have the opportunity to be the new editor of the
Anthropology of Work Review (AWR), the journal of the Society for the
Anthropology of Work. The goal of the AWR is to publish articles, photo
essays, and book and video reviews about all aspects of work. I encourage
ethnographic, theoretical, applied, and methodological contributions
written in a straightforward, readable style. Articles and essays are
welcome from those working inside and outside of academia, from all
countries and from all subfields and areas of specialization within
anthropology and related disciplines. I am also interested in suggestions
for theme issues.
Articles and photo essays may be submitted at any time to the AWR, which
is published three times a year. The journal is peer reviewed and
available through AnthroSource. Issues ordinarily include thee to five
articles or essays and book and video reviews. Because of limited space,
manuscripts should not be longer than 25 pages double spaced (including
references). Contributors should format their manuscript according to the
style guide of the American Anthropological Association
http://www.aaanet.org/pubs/style_guide.htm. Please include, as a separate
attachment, a one-paragraph abstract and five keywords. Manuscripts should
be sent to me electronically at
michael-chibnik@iowa.edu or by regular
mail to Michael Chibnik, editor, Anthropology of Work Review, Department
of Anthropology, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 52242. Photographs
should be sent as tif files to a separate email address where I have more
space mchibnik@gmail.com.
Carrie Lane has generously agreed to continue as the AWR reviews editor.
Inquiries about book and visual reviews should be her electronically at
clane@fullerton.edu or by regular mail to
Carrie Lane, Department of American Studies, P.O. Box 6868, California
State University - Fullerton, Fullerton, CA 92834-6868. Individual book
reviews should not exceed four double-spaced pages; review essays should
not be longer than 10 pages.
Right now would be a good time to submit manuscripts to AWR. I can promise
quick review of submissions and prompt publication of accepted
manuscripts. Please contact me if you have any ideas or questions about
potential articles or essays.



Michael Chibnik
Professor
Department of Anthropology
University of Iowa
Iowa City, Iowa 52242
phone: 319-335-0530



I am the new editor of the Anthropology of Work Review. I have put below part of a column that will appear in a forthcoming Anthropology Newsletter in which I solicit contributions for the journal. I especially encourage submissions from SEA members.



Mike Chibnik



I am pleased to have the opportunity to be the new editor of the Anthropology of Work Review (AWR), the journal of the Society for the Anthropology of Work. The goal of the AWR is to publish articles, photo essays, and book and video reviews about all aspects of work. I encourage ethnographic, theoretical, applied, and methodological contributions written in a straightforward, readable style. Articles and essays are welcome from those working inside and outside of academia, from all countries and from all subfields and areas of specialization within anthropology and related disciplines. I am also interested in suggestions for theme issues.

Articles and photo essays may be submitted at any time to the AWR, which is published three times a year. The journal is peer reviewed and available through AnthroSource. Issues ordinarily include thee to five articles or essays and book and video reviews. Because of limited space, manuscripts should not be longer than 25 pages double spaced (including references). Contributors should format their manuscript according to the style guide of the American Anthropological Association http://www.aaanet.org/pubs/style_guide.htm. Please include, as a separate attachment, a one-paragraph abstract and five keywords. Manuscripts should be sent to me electronically at michael-chibnik@iowa.edu or by regular mail to Michael Chibnik, editor, Anthropology of Work Review, Department of Anthropology, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 52242. Photographs should be sent as tif files to a separate email address where I have more space mchibnik@gmail.com.

Carrie Lane has generously agreed to continue as the AWR reviews editor. Inquiries about book and visual reviews should be her electronically at clane@fullerton.edu or by regular mail to Carrie Lane, Department of American Studies, P.O. Box 6868, California State University - Fullerton, Fullerton, CA 92834-6868. Individual book reviews should not exceed four double-spaced pages; review essays should not be longer than 10 pages.

Right now would be a good time to submit manuscripts to AWR. I can promise quick review of submissions and prompt publication of accepted manuscripts. Please contact me if you have any ideas or questions about potential articles or essays.







Michael Chibnik

Professor

Department of Anthropology

Universityof Iowa

Iowa City, Iowa 52242

phone: 319-335-0530



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