Cuadernos de Antropología

Anthropology Notebooks is an official publication of the University of Costa Rica (UCR), founded in 1982, under the coordination of Professor Nancy Cartín-Leiva. It was created within the María Eugenia Bozzoli Vargas Ethnology Laboratory of the Department of Anthropology, in the former School of Anthropology and Sociology. When the UCR School of Anthropology was established, the Laboratory became part of it. Starting in 2017, with the founding of the Center for Anthropological Research (CIAN, by its acronym in Spanish), it became a key part of the center's editorial policy. The objective of the journal is to facilitate academic discussion in the fields of Social Anthropology, Biological Anthropology, Ethnohistory, Linguistic Anthropology, Archaeology, and related disciplines. It has the specific interest of spreading the research production generated in and from Central America, Southern Mexico, the Insular Caribbean, and Northwest Colombia. The target audience is people who come from, or are interested in, these specific areas. Anthropology Notebooks is published twice a year, with publication closures in January (period January–June) and July (period July-December) in digital format. It is a continuous publication; that is, texts are published and manuscripts are received throughout the year. The evaluation is "double-blind" by a minimum of two evaluators per manuscript. In addition, approved articles are published individually on the journal's website, within the current issue, once the editing process is complete. The content of Anthropology Notebooks is open access, free and immediate, as it seeks to encourage greater exchange of knowledge. All published articles, available in the historical archive, are protected under the Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Costa Rica (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 CR ) license. This license allows sharing, copying, and redistributing the material in any medium or format, as well as adapting, remixing, transforming, and creating from the material. Therefore, authors are free to share their material on any repository or website, including pre-publication drafts and updated versions.

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