The Journal of Anthropology, an academic publication of the Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Anthropology Centre (PublicOrganization) (SAC), has 3 important objectives. Firstly, to encourage, enhance and circulate new anthropological works that demonstrate the socio-cultural dynamics of human societies from the past to present. Secondly, to support anthropologists of all generations in creating qualified research papers that investigate social issues that have affected human values, dignities, as well as social inequality, injustice, and prejudice. Thirdly, to advocate and promote fresh perspectives and approaches in studying human activities. These three objectives are the philosophical underpinning of the SAC’s mission, which recognizes that anthropological knowledge is essential for creating peaceful coexistence of human and societal differences in our rapidly changing globalized world.
The Journal of Anthropology publishes 2 issues each year, the first issue of January-June and the second issue of July-December. We welcome academic contribution both in Thai and English. Articles can be submitted through our online system.