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Editor’s Note

Editor’s Note Happy 50th Anniversary Arctic Anthropology! It has been just over a year since I officially took over the helm as editor for Arctic Anthropology, and since that time I have sent over 40 manuscripts out for peer review. Thank you to all the authors and reviewers for keeping this position both interesting and rewarding. All manuscripts should now be submitted directly to the editor in electronic format only (please no paper copies, CDs, or DVRs). Changes to the submission process are outlined in the updated Style Guide published in Volume 50, No. 1, on pages 138­145. However, please contact me (cmdarwent@ucdavis.edu) if you have any questions regarding file formats or transmission of electronic files. Although I handle the "front end" of the submissions, contact peer-reviewers, and read each paper before and after the galley proof stage, all graphic design and copy editing is handled by the Assistant Editor, John Darwent. He earned his BA at the University of Calgary, conducted fieldwork in various locations in Alberta, and accompanied James Helmer and Genevieve LeMoine to Little Cornwallis Island in the Canadian High Arctic in 1992. John earned his MA from Simon Fraser University (1996) studying the prehistoric use of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Arctic Anthropology University of Wisconsin Press

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Happy 50th Anniversary Arctic Anthropology! It has been just over a year since I officially took over the helm as editor for Arctic Anthropology, and since that time I have sent over 40 manuscripts out for peer review. Thank you to all the authors and reviewers for keeping this position both interesting and rewarding. All manuscripts should now be submitted directly to the editor in electronic format only (please no paper copies, CDs, or DVRs). Changes to the submission process are outlined in the updated Style Guide published in Volume 50, No. 1, on pages 138­145. However, please contact me (cmdarwent@ucdavis.edu) if you have any questions regarding file formats or transmission of electronic files. Although I handle the "front end" of the submissions, contact peer-reviewers, and read each paper before and after the galley proof stage, all graphic design and copy editing is handled by the Assistant Editor, John Darwent. He earned his BA at the University of Calgary, conducted fieldwork in various locations in Alberta, and accompanied James Helmer and Genevieve LeMoine to Little Cornwallis Island in the Canadian High Arctic in 1992. John earned his MA from Simon Fraser University (1996) studying the prehistoric use of

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Arctic AnthropologyUniversity of Wisconsin Press

Published: Feb 20, 2013

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