New Florida Journal of Anthropology
The New Florida Journal of Anthropology is a graduate student-run academic journal housed in the Anthropology Department of the University of Florida. Submissions are not limited to the UF community or its affiliates. NFJA encourages diversity of scholarship by publishing any anthropologically focused research with no geographic or temporal restrictions. In the spirit of inclusion, NFJA also welcome research from tangential subjects including linguistics, geography, history, and other related fields. The primary goal of NFJA is the dissemination of knowledge. To attain this, all content is published in an open-access digital format, free of charge for authors and readers.
NFJA is built on the tradition of the Florida Journal of Anthropology, which was in press from 1976-1995 through the University of Florida Anthropology Department. FJA was a graduate student run publication, which was also published work by graduate students, faculty, and researchers. All original publications will be digitized and made available to download through the Back Issues section.