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Antrocom - Online Journal of Anthropology Antrocom is an on-line review concerning Anthropology, open both to cultural and to physical anthropology, and to the correlated disciplines ISSN 1973-2880 (ONLINE) Journal metadata
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  • Aims and scope

    Antrocom is aimed to be an instrument for the interdisciplinary character at the basis of the philosophy of the on-line community of Anthropos and of the Antrocom Association, beyond any presumed difference and suspiciousness which interfere with the holistic aspect, typical of anthropology and necessary to cope with our days’ demands. Antrocom streams the need for directing the resources of the Community towards widespread projects in order to let its members’ aptitudes come out.

  • Profile

    Antrocom is an on-line review concerning Anthropology, open both to cultural and to physical anthropology, and to the correlated disciplines. The review was first issued in March 2005 from within the Community of Anthropos and is edited by the Antrocom Association.

    Its name recalls the association itself, but it emphasizes what these virtual pages are aimed to be: Antrocom is a word composed of anthropology and community, but also of anthropology and communication.

    The Journal willingly doesn’t make part of the so called “specialized” reviews. The published articles characterized by a scientific exactitude which does not gives way to technicalities , in order to allow an easy popularization.

    Antrocom is a journal willing to foster sharing of knowledge, therefore it joins the Copyleft and the Open Access movements, a model self imposing to the attention of scholars as the very opportunity for the circulation of ideas, both in anthropology and, generally speaking, in scientific divulgation.

  • Editors

    Editor in chief

    Marco Menicocci

    Publisher

    Antrocom Onlus Association

    Proofreaders

    Ahmed Sheikh Mashhood

    Pagination

    Pierandrea Costa

    SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

    Cultural Anthropology

    Prof. Lorenzo Brutti, Musée du Quai Branly, CNRS, France - Ethnology [bio] [mail] [web site]
    Dr. Silvia Pieroni, Ethnographic Museum, Documentation Centre "Il Tamburo Parlante" - Medical Anthropology
    Dr. Sandra Busatta, Hako Magazine - American anthropology [bio] [mail] [web site]
    Prof. Ignazio E. Buttitta, University of Sassari - Ethnology [bio] [mail] [web site]
    Dr. Emaj Uddin, Department of Social Work, University of Rajshahi, Rajshahi-6205, Bangladesh - Social Anthropology

    Physical Anthropology

    Dr. Nicola Carrara, University of Studies of Padova, Museum of Anthropology - Physical Anthropology
    Dr. Giuseppina Colonnelli - Physical anthropology and Archaeozoology
    Dr. Spartaco Gippoliti, Italian Institute of Anthropology, Italian Theriological Association – Primatology
    Dr. Krishan Kewal, Panjab University, Chandigarh, India - Forensic Anthropology

    Human Ecology

    Dr. Spartaco Gippoliti, Italian Institute of Anthropology, Italian Theriological Association
    Dr. Claudio Ricciardi, Health Superior Institute, AMPP Dept. (Molecular Epidemiology Division)

    Paleanthropology

    Dr. Emiliano Bruner, Centro Nacional de Investigación sobre la Evolución Humana (CENIEH) 

    Palethnology

    Prof. Roberto Maggi, University of Genoa

  • Guide to authors

    Directions for article editing

    Articles are to be sent in Word format, in Times new Roman, font size 10, without page numbers. Quotations must be in italic, paragraph titles in bold, non italic. Each article must come with abstract, five key words, a short author’s biography and e-mail address . Footnotes must be included manually and not automatically.

    Photographs and tables must be sent separately, complete of caption and if necessary, directions for their setting within the text. In case of acknowledgements, these must be included at the end of the article and before endnotes. Accented capital Es must have an accent and not an apostrophe (È and not E').
    Inverted commas must be in the “” form, and not «».

    Foreign languages, as well as Latin and transliterate Greek must be in italics. Greek is accepted, other fonts must be sent as photos (e.g. Chinese, Tamil etc.) In the footnotes, marked in the text by prime and not in brackets , literary quotations will only consist of the author’s name in small capital followed by the year of issue and the quoted pages. E.g.:

    Rossi 1998, 31-41
    Rossi & Bianchi 1976, 2-11

    In the case of more names:

    Rossi et all. 1987, 20-1

    In the case of reviews, the year of issue will be followed by the number of issue:

    Rossi 1998, 1:3, 31-9

    In the bibliography:

    Rossi G. 1998. Il bi e il ba. Sky Editions, Milan.
    Rossi G.& Bianchi A. 1998. Il bi e il ba. Sky Editions, Milan.
    Rossi G.; Bianchi A. & Verdi O. 1998. Il bi e il ba. Sky Editions, Milan.

    In the case of translations, one must write first of all the original title and the place of issue, followed by the edition:

    Rossi G. ; Bianchi A. & Verdi O. 1998. The Sky. London. Italian Edition 2000. Il bi e il ba. Edizioni del cielo, Milano.

    In the case of reviews all the pages of the article must be indicated:

    Rossi G. 1998. Il bi e il ba. Literary review, 1:28, 23-89.
    Rossi G. & Bianchi A. 1998. Il bi e il ba. Literary review, 1:28, 23-89.
    Rossi G; Bianchi A. & Verdi O. 1998. Il bi e il ba. Literary review, 1:28, 23 - 89.

    The number of pages must contain the first one and the last one, without the first numbers in common. E.g.: 1928 - 31.
    Texts coming from the web will be indicated by URL.

    For all Authors it is advisable to send the final edition of their articles along with their English version.

  • Contact

    Editor in chief

    Marco Menicocci 
    marco.menicocci@antrocom.net
    www.antrocom.net

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