In Michaelmas and Lent term, CUSAS sends an open call for abstracts within the Department of Social Anthropology. All students or staff within the Department are welcome to contribute by responding to this call. This call may have a particular theme or prompt.
We welcome written (up to 2000 words) or multimedia contributions accessible to a broad audience interested in anthropology and related topics. We aim to publish a range of posts, including those based on doctoral, masters and, undergraduate research; commentary and critique of current events or issues, especially from an anthropological perspective; discussions of pedagogy, research methods, and tools; interviews; reviews of books, films, exhibitions, etc.; and reflections on popular culture.
We are especially interested in timely pieces that draw on scholarly research and analysis to provide insight into current topics and events. The editors reserve rights to editing for clarity and copyediting according to JRAI citation requirements.
If you would like to contribute to the magazine, but are not a member of the Cambridge Department of Social Anthropology, please contact us at email@example.com.
Note: The pieces included represent the opinions of the author or creator and do not reflect the perspectives of CUSAS or the Department of Social Anthropology at the University of Cambridge.