2012 Issue Theme: Traces
In what ways does the anthropological project attempt to reveal hidden patterns of life through the traces that have been left behind? What insight into our collective histories do these traces provide and how do anthropologists uncover them in the first place?
Vis-à-vis: Explorations in Anthropology is an electronic, peer-reviewed, student-produced journal. Our goal is to provide a space in which graduate students from all fields of Anthropology can present innovative research and gain publishing experience.
We welcome submissions that speak to our 2012 theme from scholars in any anthropology sub-discipline or related field.
The deadline for submission is January 31st, 2012.
Submissions are accepted through the online submission system only.
1. Register an account at http://vav.library.utoronto.ca/.
2. Click the “Author” checkbox in the “Register As” section. We also encourage all users to register as peer-reviewers for the journal. Simply click the “Reviewer” checkbox and indicate your areas of expertise.
3. Once registered, visit your User Home page to start the submission process.
Be sure to visit the vis-à-vis website http://vav.library.utoronto.ca to read our current issue as well.
vis-à-vis Editorial Team
Kristina Alda, Jean Chia, Bess Doyle, Gillian Sloggett, Seth Palmer, Erica Tennenhouse
VIS-À-VIS: EXPLORATIONS IN ANTHROPOLOGY – Call for Papers – http://e-a-a.org/vis-a-vis.pdf