Focus & Scope

Lembaran Anthropologi aims to promote academic discourses and anthropological analysis on the study of human relations, cultures, and societies in both Global North and Global South. This journal holds the core values of the Department of Anthropology, Universitas Gadjah Mada in advancing ethnographic research and studies which is critical, inclusive, reflective, and emancipative. The journal seeks to establish a balanced perspective on global academic discourse by highlighting the positionality of researchers as post-colonial subjects in interpreting sets of human relations and social phenomena. 

The focus of this journal includes (but not limited to):

  • Rituals and Dynamics of Religion
  • Ethno-Ecology
  • Adaptation and Strategy
  • Agricultures and Fisheries
  • Culinary
  • Moral & Rational
  • Commodities
  • Online Ethnography
  • Migration and Mobility
  • Health & Medicine
  • Body, Sexuality, and Beauty
  • Arts and Performance
  • Visual Ethnography
  • Gender, Youth and Child Studies