Transforming Anthropology is the flagship journal of the Association of Black Anthropologists. We seek to advance scholarship across the four fields of anthropology and beyond. Transforming Anthropology seeks contributions that reflect the dynamic, transnational, and contested conditions of social worlds — workthat pushes the boundaries of discipline and genre. Transforming Anthropology interrogates the contemporary and historical construction of social inequities based on race, ethnicity, class, gender, sexuality, nationality and other invidious distinctions. We remain committed to publishing material that generates dialogues among communities of scholars, activists, artists, and the people with whom they work. Transforming Anthropology is published semiannually. We invite the submission of research articles for peer review, as well as short commentaries, research reports, review essays, interviews, and content using innovative formats. Submissions from advanced graduate students are especially welcome.
For more information on submissions, please visit Transforming Anthropology’s website.