History

The Florida Journal of Anthropology (FJA) was in press from 1976-1995 through the University of Florida Anthropology Department. FJA was a graduate student run publication, which was also published work by graduate students, faculty, and researchers at the University of Florida. They were available in a print-only format for a small subscription fee. These issues covered a diverse array of topics within anthropology which we are excited to share with our readers. With the assitance of Digital Support Services (DSS) of the University of Florida, all original publications will be scanned and made available to download through University of Florida Digital Collections (UFDC).

Click the images below to access the Florida Journal of Anthropology archived issues. More to come. 

Florida Journal of Anthropology Special Issue: Women and Anthropology Vol. 6  No. 2 

Florida Journal of Anthropology Vol. 13 No. 1-2

 

Florida Journal of Anthropology Special Publication No. 6