Ethnoscripts: Contemporary Anthropology
The journal Ethnoscripts provides an outlet for contemporary anthropological findings and debates. Each issue focuses on a specific theme that is being scrutinized in ethnographic depth and theoretical rigour from various anthropological perspectives.
Ethnoscripts is edited by the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology at the University of Hamburg, Germany. The journal was founded in 1999. Since 2014, Ethnoscripts has been published in online format as an open-access medium in cooperation with Hamburg University Press. Open access reflects our understanding of how academic discussions can be fostered. Articles are published in German or English. Ethnoscripts is peer reviewed. Since 2020, Ethnoscripts publishes one special issue per year.
Link to the online archive: https://journals.sub.uni-hamburg.de/ethnoscripts/issue/archive
Volumes 1 to 15 are only available in print and are currently being digitised. As soon as they are accessible, you will find a link to the archive of volumes 1-15 here. If you are interested in one of these print issues, please email us: ife"AT"uni-hamburg.de.