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Heidelberg Ethnology

Mar 18, 2015

The Occasional Papers Series “Heidelberg Ethnology” publishes outstanding papers in socio-cultural anthropology with a focus on Southern Asia and Oceania in an open-access electronic format. Its editorial team includes researchers from the Cluster of Excellence “Asia and Europe in a Global Context”.

Papers in the Series address themes both traditional and contemporary, from ritual, economy and kinship to media, gender and politics. The regional emphasis of the Series is on Southern Asia and Oceania, but the Editorial Board actively seeks outstanding contributions from those working in other parts of Asia and the Pacific region, Africa, Europe, Australia and the Americas. The guiding purpose of the Series is to stimulate critical dialogue that brings to bear the findings of nuanced empirical study on issues of wider theoretical importance.

In the first two issues, papers by Mark Hobart (SOAS, London) and Margaret Wiener (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill) have been published.

The series is edited by Dr. Richard Fox of the Institute of Anthropology at Heidelberg University and researchers from the Cluster of Excellence “Asia and Europe in a Global Context” are also involved: Research associate Dr. Christian Strümpell as Deputy Editor and Cluster members Laila Abu-Er-Rub, Eva Ambos, and Cathrine Bublatzky who are serving on the Editorial Board.

The series website can be found at the Heidelberg University Library, where the papers can be accessed as well. Papers shall be submitted to the editor (editor@eth.uni-heidelberg.de) in either English or German, and in line with the series’ instructions for formatting and submission.


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