November 2nd, 2012
CALL FOR PAPERS - NEXUS VOLUME 22
We are pleased to announce the call for papers for the newly re-launched peer reviewed anthropological graduate student journal, Nexus. For more than thirty years, Nexus has served as Canada's premier graduate student journal of anthropology. The journal is freely available online.
The editorial staff is seeking submissions from all four subfields at any level of graduate work to be considered for publication in the upcoming issue. Submission of manuscripts is done entirely through the website; guidelines and instructions are also available. Fell free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
We look forward to continuing this long tradition of showcasing Canadian academic excellence.
Your editorial staff,
Kyle Freund, Laura Lockau & Lelia Watamaniuk
Current Issue: Volume 21, Issue 1 (2009)
Thank you for your interest in the 21st volume of NEXUS, published July 2009. This volume is the product of over a year of hard work on the part of the editorial board and the authors, and we are very pleased to finally share it with you. We thank everyone who submitted an article for our consideration, and all the copy editors and anonymous reviewers who generously volunteered their time to the academic improvement of this journal. As always, we extend our thanks as well to the Department of Anthropology, the Faculty of Social Sciences, and the School of Graduate Studies at McMaster University for their continuing support of this journal.
With Volume 21, we are pleased to announce the premiere of ONLINE availability of every NEXUS volume. This includes free access to all past volumes (since 1980 onwards), which were previously only available in print content to subscribers. With our new easy-to-access online format, we hope to be able to reach even more readers across Canada and beyond. We feel that this flexible medium of publication is well-suited to the ever-evolving world of anthropological expression, and encourage the future submission of alternative mediums such as video that can be easily accessed online.
- Your Volume 21 Editorial Board
Health and morbidity in ancient Chilean populations: Preliminary perspectives using subadult data
Christine Elisabeth Boston
Book review: Bones and Ochre: The Curious Afterlife of the Red Lady of Paviland. Marianne Sommer. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2007, xii + 398 pp, list of archives consulted, 14 figures, 2 appendices.
Heather T. Battles
Editorial Board, Volume 21
- Review Editors
- Sarah Holt
- Martyna A. Janjua
- Treasurer/Subscription Manager
- Stacey Hallman
- Production Editor
- Alison M. Devault
- Copy Editors
- Heather Battles, Stephanie Calce, Ani Chénier, Alison Devault, Stacey Hallman, Sarah Holt, Martyna Janjua, Dorian Juric, and Anna Kata
- Faculty Advisor
- Dr. Tristan Carter