Research in Economic Anthropology is planning to publish a volume on internal and international migration.
Papers are welcome on internal migration within and international migration from Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Latin America and the Caribbean, the Pacific Islands, and Eastern Europe.
Push factors such as political repression and/or gang violence; climate change challenges; the ravages of Green Revolution technology; economic, political and environmental pressures on the peasantry; and globally induced economic upheavals as well as pull and other factors that induce migration flows including network-mediation and return migration, are open for examination from an anthropological point of view.
The articles should be double-spaced in Times New Roman script and comprise 6,200 to 8,000 words including bibliography. Format and references should be in APA style.
An abstract of 100-200 words is necessary, and all works cited should be included in a references section. Self-identification should be avoided if possible.
Please send submissions prior to the deadline date of April 1, 2024 to issue editors Tamar Diana Wilson (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Christian Zlolniski (email@example.com).
Research in Economic Anthropology IREA) is a peer-reviewed academic journal/book series that focuses on the anthropological investigation of economy and culture/society. Launched by JAI press in 1978, it was first edited by George Dalton, then by Barry Isaac who managed the series from 1984 until its acquisition by Elsevier at the turn of the current century. Donald Wood has served as editor since 2005 and the series has been published by Emerald Group Publishing Ltd. (Bingley, UK) since 2007.