Antropologia Portuguesa is a peer-reviewed journal that seeks to publish the best theoretical and empirical research in the multidisciplinary field of Anthropology, including the sub-fields of Biological Anthropology and Social-Cultural Anthropology, among others. It publishes a wide range of original materials, including research articles, short essays, interviews, review articles, and book reviews, in Portuguese, English and Spanish languages. All manuscripts go through a rigorous process of selection and review by the Editorial Board and multiple anonymous referees. Antropologia Portuguesa is one of the oldest journals of Anthropology in Portugal, first published in 1914 as Contribuições para o Estudo da Antropologia Portuguesa, and since 1983 as Antropologia Portuguesa. The journal is strongly committed to combining traditional anthropological goals and approaches with new collaborative and interdisciplinary explorations across the human sciences. It is indexed in WoS (Web of Science), Scopus, DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals), ERIH PLUS (European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Sciences), LATINDEX, HLAS Online, REDIB, and Sherpa/Romeo.
Peer Review Process
All manuscripts accepted by the Editorial Board will be submitted to a double-blind peer review process, involving two external reviewers. If necessary, a third reviewer will be consulted. Reflecting the advice received, the Editorial Board may decline to publish the text or else decide to publish it subject to revisions.
Antropologia Portuguesa is published annually.
Fees for submission and publication of articles
Antropologia Portuguesa does not charge any fee from authors to manage article submission, peer review, revision, journal publishing, and distribution, publication and download in the World Wide Web.
Open Access Policy
This journal offers immediate free access to its contents. We strongly believe that free and public access to scientific knowledge is fundamental for democratizing that knowledge.