The Annals of Anthropological Practice (formerly NAPA Bulletin) is the journal of The National Association For The Practice of Anthropology (NAPA), a section of The American Anthropological Association (AAA).

About The Annals of Anthropological Practice

The Annals feature thought-provoking research on current topics related to public health, social justice, the media, environmental management and myriad other timely issues. The peer-reviewed Annals seek to engage practitioners, academicians, and students. The Annals are currently published by Wiley Press and are available to NAPA members upon publication. It is also possible to purchase individual titles (electronic format; prior to 2015, the print format may be available).

History

Started in 1986 as the NAPA Bulletin, the journal has dedicated to the practical problem-solving and policy applications of anthropological knowledge and methods. In 2015, NAPA decided to move fully online, the first of the publishing sections in the AAA portfolio to do so.

Aims and Scope

The Annals of Anthropological Practice (AAP) is dedicated to the practical problem-solving and policy applications of anthropological knowledge and methods. AAP is peer-reviewed and is distributed free of charge as a benefit of NAPA (National Association for the Practice of Anthropology) membership. Through AAP, NAPA seeks to facilitate the sharing of information among practitioners, academics, and students, contribute to the professional development of anthropologists seeking practitioner positions,and support the general interests of practitioners both within and outside the academy. AAP is a publication of NAPA produced by the American Anthropological Association and Wiley-Blackwell. Through the publication of AAP, the AAA and Wiley-Blackwell furthers the professional interests of anthropologists while disseminating anthropological knowledge and its applications in addressing human problems.

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