Date of this Version
Volume 28: 2013
Published by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's AnthroGroup
There are not many student-run academic journals, and even fewer student-run anthropological journals. We are happy to provide a forum in which anthropologists and other similarly-interested students can present their interests and intellectual work. Anthropology is the study of humanity in all walks of life, and Nebraska Anthropologist is a small testament to what can be accomplished when a community works together.
This 28th anniversary volume would not have been possible without the guidance and support of the editors that have gone before us, notably Benjamin Grant Purzycki and all those whose work has instilled Nebraska Anthropologist with its quality and longevity. Thanks to a long series of excellent editors and the tradition they have established, the journal will continue to express the research interests and pursuits of the anthropological student community.