Publications

AAA Publishing Program

AAA advances its core goals of:

  • furthering the professional interests of anthropologists;
  • disseminating anthropological knowledge and its uses to address human problems;
  • promoting the entire field of anthropology in all its diversity; and
  • representing the discipline nationally and internationally, in the public and private sectors

through, among other things, its publishing program. With over 20 titles published in print and online, AAA is the largest single publisher of anthropological journals.

In response to emerging trends, in 2005 AAA launched AnthroSource, the premier online portal serving the research, teaching and practicing needs of anthropologists. An online service of the AAA, AnthroSource offers members access to more than 100 years of anthropological knowledge.

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To order back issues of Anthropology News ($13 for AAA members, $17 for non-members), please contact the Membership Department at members@aaanet.org

 


AAA Publishing Highlights
 
Anthrosource_113x142 Anthrosource Advanced Features Guide
For more info about TOC alerts and other features, check out the PDF document
Anthrosource Advanced Features Guide.
 
 
Decolonizing Anthropology AAA Books: Back in Print!
AAA is pleased to launch its Back in Print Books Program. Decolonizing Anthropology, edited by Faye V. Harrison, is the latest title brought back into print through the Program. 
Click here to order a copy of this publication.