About the Journal
Anthropological Notebooks is the official journal of the Slovenian Anthropological Society.
Aims and Scope
Anthropological Notebooks is an open access, peer-reviewed journal publishing original scholarly articles and book reviews in the fields of social, cultural, physical and linguistic anthropology, and related fields. In particular, it welcomes work that is based on long-term ethnographic fieldwork, sound analysis and a broad theoretical discussion.
ISSN: 1408 - 032X
Media evidence number: 694
Abstracting and indexation:
- Web of Science (SSCI)
- UGC CARE
- International Bibliography of the Social Sciences (IBSS),
- Anthropology Plus database (Anthropological Literature and Anthropological Index Online),
- Cambridge Scientific Abstracts/Sociological Abstracts,
- International Bibliography of Periodical Literature in the Humanities and Social Sciences (IBZ),
- Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory,
- SocINDEX with Full Text,
- MLA International Bibliography.
Authors who publish in the Anthropological Notebooks agree to the following conditions:
Authors acknowledge that they are the sole authors of the article submitted for publication in Anthropological Notebooks. The names of the authors will appear in the article in the journal. All decisions regarding the layout and distribution of the article are in the hands of Anthropological Notebooks.
The authors guarantee that the work is their original creation and that it does not violate any legal or common law copyright or property rights of third parties. If third parties assert claims, the authors agree to defend the interests of the publisher and to bear all costs.
The copyright to the work published in this publication remains with the authors. The author grants Anthropological Notebooks the right to publish, reproduce and distribute the article in print and electronic form in various formats in the Anthropological Notebooks. Authors agree that if the article is reused, Anthropological Notebooks obtains attribution to the original publisher and the article shall be made available to the public under Creative Commons 4.0 International (CC BY- 4.0). Users may access and use all journal archives and individual articles published therein under the terms of this licence. This does not apply to third-party materials published in the articles.