The Unfamiliar: new issue published

Posted on January 5, 2015 | in Featured, Library | by

The Unfamiliar has published its new issue, Imagining the Future, on the library-supported journal hosting service.

The Unfamiliar: Imagining the Future

Unfamiliar Vol4

As with past issues, authors have used many of their own photographs to illustrate essays and poems.

This is the first issue produced by the new editorial team , so special congratulations go to executive editors, Inna Zlatimirova Yaneva-Toraman and Hakon Caspersen for all their hard work in taking on the role and producing another excellent issue of the journal.

About The Unfamiliar
The Unfamiliar is a student-run anthropological journal based at the University of Edinburgh. It is dedicated to publishing a wide variety of material, featuring not only academically informed articles and book reviews but creative work such as poetry, photographic essays, and audio-visual projects. Emphasis is on integrating creative and visual work, and publishing and editorial policies reflect the journals’ commitment to make anthropology more widely accessible. The Unfamiliar believes that anthropology should no longer be read and appreciated solely by anthropologists, but benefit broader audiences as well.

About the Journal Hosting Service
The University of Edinburgh Journal Hosting Service uses the open source software; Open Journal Systems (OJS), to support academics and student groups who want to publish online open access journals. Journal Hosting Service homepage.

Angela Laurins, Library Learning Services Manager

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