Evolutionary Anthropology is a journal focused on current issues and impactful research that encapsulate the many dimensions of human evolution. We capture the zeitgeist in a clear way for all researchers, educators, and students, while moving the field forward with transformative and ethical research.

Our journal provides recent research results, with discussions that can change perspectives and thinking in the field. Our scope includes biological anthropology, primatology, paleoanthropology, archaeology, morphology, human biology, genomics and epigenetics. We also recognize that biological anthropology is a rapidly evolving discipline and encourage submissions that drive the field in new directions.

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