AUJ

The Anthropology Undergraduate Journal (AUJ) is now taking submissions for our 2019-2020 edition to be published in April 2020. We encourage you to submit a paper you’re particularly proud of from any of the four sub-fields of anthropology or any related disciplines that use anthropological methods or insights. These papers can be essays written for classes at the 300-400 levels and that have received a mark of 80 or higher, or independent undergrad research!

Publishing your work in the AUJ is a rewarding opportunity to showcase your work to the anthropology community and other scholarly communities here at U of T. It also has the added benefit of looking great on your C.V.!

If you would like to submit a paper, please fill out the submission form (linked below). Write an abstract and remove any identifying markers from all pages of your paper (i.e. name, student number, etc.) and send both the submission form and paper (including an abstract) to auj.utoronto@gmail.com. We won’t be able to accept papers without abstracts.

Further information/submission guidelines can be found at the bottom of the post. The deadline to submit is January 17, 2020. If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at auj.utoronto@gmail.com.

We hope you submit and look forward to reading your submissions!

Submission Form: http://bit.ly/AUJForm
Further Information/Instructions: http://bit.ly/ASA-AUJ

AUJ Editorial Team

Past Journals:

2017-2018 (Vol. 6)

2016-2017 (Vol. 5)

2015-2016 (Vol. 4)

2013-2015 (Vol. 2/3)

2012-2013 (Vol. 1)



12 Comments

  • Can students from any institution submit their work?

  •   Administrator
    September 19th, 2016 at 4:14pm

    Hi Raquel,

    No, I apologize. Only students registered at the University of Toronto can submit their work to the AUJ.

    Cheers,
    Cristina McCoy
    ASA Vice President
    Office Hours: Thursday 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
    cristina.mccoy@mail.utoronto.ca
    University of Toronto

  • Is it possible to submit a paper written by 2 authors?

  •   Administrator
    December 17th, 2016 at 12:25pm

    Hi Aarthi,

    Yes, definitely! As long as both authors are undergraduate students at UofT!

    Cheers,
    Michelle Volpe
    ASA Administration Executive
    michelle.volpe@utoronto.ca
    University of Toronto

  •   Paul Bennett
    January 18th, 2017 at 4:30pm

    where can I download the PDF for the 2015/2016 journal? My son is published in it and the EPUB file I’ve downloaded doesn’t display properly on my device, so I’d like the PDF instead… thanks!

  •   Administrator
    January 20th, 2017 at 9:14am

    Hi Paul,

    The PDF for the 2015/2016 AUJ should be up at some point today! I’m sorry for the wait; we’ve been having some technical difficulties with it. If you have any trouble with it, feel free to either comment again or send us an email.

    Cheers,
    Michelle Volpe
    ASA Co-Vice President
    michelle.volpe@utoronto.ca
    University of Toronto

  •   Wilson Adore
    November 1st, 2017 at 6:05am

    Can students registered at other U of T campuses submit articles too?

  •   Administrator
    December 8th, 2017 at 12:01pm

    Hello Wilson,

    Sorry for the late reply, but I hope your semester has been well.

    Our Editor in Chief of the AUJ has confirmed that students registered at the other UofT
    campuses are encouraged to make submissions!

    Thanks for your interest, and good luck with your submission.

    All the best,

    Hilary Hager
    ASA Co-President

  • Hello,
    This sounds like a great opportunity! Can I still submit my paper or has the deadline passed?

    Thanks!

  •   Administrator
    January 2nd, 2018 at 4:08pm

    Yes! We’re accepting submissions until January 12th. Please feel free to send your paper to auj.utoronto@gmail.com, don’t forget to include an abstract! We look forward to reading your work.

  •   Madison Laurin
    January 9th, 2018 at 11:41am

    Hi! Is the 15 page limit including works cited?

  •   Administrator
    January 10th, 2018 at 5:10pm

    Hi Madison, 15 pages excluding references is fine. Though we may ask you to reduce it a bit during the editing process, should it be accepted!

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