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Journal for the Anthropological Study of Human Movement

Now in an online-only format, the Journal for the Anthropological Study of Human Movement presents current research and stimulates discussion of ideas and issues that arise from a study of human movement within the framework of anthropological enquiry. Recognizing that there are overlaps between the concerns of this field and those of other human and social sciences, such as philosophy, linguistics, sociology and psychology, we encourage contributions from members of other disciplines who are interested in movement as a world-wide, and particularly human, phenomenon.

 

 

 

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Issued biannually (SPRING & FALL)

 

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Anthropological Index Online; Anthropological Literature; Current Abstracts; International Academic Research Library; International Bibliography of Theatre and Dance; Periodical Abstracts Research II; ProQuest 5000 International; ProQuest Academic Research Library; ProQuest Direct 5000; ProQuest Newsstand Magazines; ProQuest Social Sciences Module; RILM Abstracts of Music Literature; and TOC Premier.

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