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Coming Issue, Volume 10, Issue 1, 2017 Henrik Egbert: "The Gift and the Centipede"

Henrik Egbert: "The Gift and the Centipede"

  • Thank you for submitting the manuscript, "The Gift and the Centipede" to Structure and Dynamics: eJournal of Anthropological and Related Sciences.
  • With the online journal management system that we are using, you will be able to track its progress through the editorial process by logging in to the journal web site:

Manuscript URL: https://submit.escholarship.org/ojs/index.php/imbs_socdyn_sdeas/author/submission/34084 Username: henrik.egbert@hs-anhalt.de

Current Issue, Volume 9, Issue 2, 2016

Back To Kinship II

Special Issue with articles presented at sessions on kinship at the Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association 2012 and 2013. Articles

Back to Kinship II: A General Introduction El Guindi, Fadwa; Read, Dwight W

Frames of Reference and Kinship Terminology Systems Bennardo, Giovanni

The Evolutionary Origins of Kinship Structures Chapais, Bernard

Why Marriage? Chit Hlaing, F.K.L.; Read, Dwight W

Beyond Fitness and Nurture: The Kinship Paradox El Guindi, Fadwa

Ethnological Problems and the Production of Archaeological Kinship Research Ensor, Bradley E

9.2 Dwight W Read:

Volume 9, Issue 2, 2016

Back To Kinship II

Special Issue with articles presented at sessions on kinship at the Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association 2012 and 2013. Articles

Back to Kinship II: A General Introduction El Guindi, Fadwa; Read, Dwight W

Frames of Reference and Kinship Terminology Systems Bennardo, Giovanni

The Evolutionary Origins of Kinship Structures Chapais, Bernard

Why Marriage? Chit Hlaing, F.K.L.; Read, Dwight W

Beyond Fitness and Nurture: The Kinship Paradox El Guindi, Fadwa

Ethnological Problems and the Production of Archaeological Kinship Research Ensor, Bradley E

Ties That Bind:Marital Networks and Politics in Punjab, Pakistan Lyon, Stephen M; Mughal, Muhammad Aurang Zeb

KV(Ŋ)KV -Kinship Terms in the Australian Aboriginal Languages:First Part:Kaka 'Mother's Brother' Matthey de l'Etang, Alain

New Simulation Techniques in Kinship Network Analysis Menezes, Telmo; Gargiulo, Floriana; Roth, Camille; Hamberger, Klaus

The Study of Kinship Systems and Terminologies in Russia and the Soviet Union Popov, Vladimir A; Dziebel, German

Why Schneiderian Kinship Studies Have It All Wrong Shapiro, Warren

The Nexus Between Kinship and Ritual Wagner, Roy

Dualism and Pluralism in Pueblo Kinship and Ritual Systems Whiteley, Peter

I have already published all of these articles as volume 9, issue 2 of Structure and Dynamics (which came out in September 2016). As I mentioned, this issue is doing extremely well, with many downloads for each of the articles.

Thank you for submitting the manuscript, to Structure and Dynamics: eJournal of Anthropological and Related Sciences. Dwight W Read dread@anthro.ucla.edu

"Why Marriage?"

"The Evolutionary Origins of Kinship Structures"

"Beyond Fitness and Nature: The Kinship Paradox"

"Ethnological Problems and the Production of Archaeological Kinship Research"

"KV(Ŋ)KV -Kinship Terms in the Australian Aboriginal Languages:First Part:Kaka 'Mother's Brother'"

"Ties That Bind:Marital Networks and Politics in Punjab, Pakistan"

"New Simulation Techniques in Kinship Network Analysis"

"The Study of Kinship Systems and Terminologies in Russia and the Soviet Union"

"Why Schneiderian Kinship Studies Have It All Wrong"

"The Nexus Between Kinship and Ritual"

"Dualism and Pluralism in Pueblo Kinship and Ritual Systems"

"The Nexus Between Kinship and Ritual"

With the online journal management system that we are using, you will be able to track its progress through the editorial process by logging in to the journal web site:

Manuscript URL: https://submit.escholarship.org/ojs/index.php/imbs_socdyn_sdeas/author/submission/32325 Username: dread@anthro.ucla.edu

If you have any questions, please contact me. Thank you for considering this journal as a venue for your work.

Douglas R. White Structure and Dynamics: eJournal of Anthropological and Related Sciences

10.2 Henrik Egbert: "The Gift and the Centipede"

Henrik.Egbert@hs-anhalt.de <Henrik.Egbert@hs-anhalt.de>

For which month is the new number of S&D scheduled? 9#2- 6 articles

Dr. Henrik Egbert Professor of Economics

Department of Economics Anhalt University of Applied Sciences

Address: Strenzfelder Allee 28, D 06406 Bernburg Phone: ++49 (0) 3471 355 1332 Email: henrik.egbert@hs-anhalt.de http://193.25.32.158/fb2/prof/hegbert/

________________________________________ Von: Doug White [douglas.white@uci.edu] Gesendet: Samstag, 22. April 2017 19:11 An: Egbert, Henrik - Prof. Dr.; Doug White Betreff: editor approval of your S&D submission

Please single space your manuscript, add author information; one correction below; resubmit

The Gift and the Centipede

                                                           Henrik Egbert
Anhalt University of Applied Sciences
Campus Bernburg Strenzfelder Allee 28
06406 Bernburg Germany

Russel --> Russell

Thanks,

Doug White, editor; email also send from S&D ejrnl

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The process for making changes to a published item is outlined in our FAQ here: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!category-topic/escholarship-forum/journal-publishing-faq/FmZBP2-JSS4

Jason Gonder had send me this in a email: "The easiest way to take an article past the peer review system is to download the article to your computer, skip to step 3. Editing screen and re-upload the file to the Layout section. Upload it to the first line (Layout Version) and you'll get a Generate PDF button. If the file is already a PDF, upload it to the second line (Galley Format).


Many thanks Justin, but

That doesnt do it: the problem is that the title automatically posted at the top of every other page is too long and in clipped off: solutions are an option to have the title font reduced by say 10% or the editors option, or to have two lines when the title is too long.

Hi Doug,

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Let me know if you need assistance with any of the other questions, and best of luck with your application.

Kind regards,

-justin gonder


bennardo@niu.edu
great to know, happy for us all, giovanni
Giovanni Bennardo
Presidential Research Professor
Department of Anthropology
Cognitive Studies Initiative
Environment, Sustainability and Energy Institute
Northern Illinois University