Publish your work in Anthropology and Education Quarterly! (Repost)

This is a re-post from Sally Campbell Galman’s blog.  I’m an Associate Editor at Anthropology and Education Quarterly.


Anthropology and Education Quarterly
General Call for Papers

Anthropology & Education Quarterly is a peer-reviewed journal, housed at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. It draws on anthropological theories and methods to examine educational processes in and out of schools, in US and international contexts. Articles rely primarily on ethnographic research to address immediate problems of practice as well as broad theoretical questions surrounding issues that impact research and practice in the field. We value diverse ways of knowing and weaving together theory, research, practice, and social justice to directly address issues and institutions that impact teaching and learning in the educational experiences of children, families, and communities within and beyond the classroom setting. We also see the journal as a key site for providing connection, support and feedback to emerging scholars in the field. Finally, to all of this we must reaffirm the journal’s long tradition of supporting anti-oppressive, socially equitable, and racially, socially and gender-just education.

The journal publishes two different types of scholarly work, manuscripts and reflections. (1) Manuscripts should be no more than 35 pages in length. (2) Reflections from/on the Field should be approximately 15-20 pages in length. Both should be formatted as Word documents and blinded for anonymous peer review.

We are eager to receive your manuscript submissions.

For more information visit us at:

You may also contact the Editors-in-Chief, Dr. Laura Alicia Valdiviezo and Dr. Sally Campbell Galman at

2 thoughts on “Publish your work in Anthropology and Education Quarterly! (Repost)”

  1. I am very pleased to know that you are calling papers openly. Being a student of PhD, I am doing on Anthropology of Education in Nepal and confident that your Journal may be a major destination after completing my write-up. Perhaps it can take months to a year. Because the ethnographic venues are in countrysides.
    Could you suggest me further on Anthropological article on education of Nepal, please?
    I have been studying on religious education of Nepal as well.

  2. Rajendra, I’m not really familiar with the literature on Nepali education but a google search does yield some articles.

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