I argue that there is no better time to get out there, do something, and get published than when you are an undergraduate anthropology major. The world is really your oyster at this point. Theory is just beginning to make its own metaphysical way into your mind, and you are somehow (unlike graduate students) allowed to draw from it as you will without the responsibilities of adhering strictly to the canon. Undergrads are extremely busy individuals, and yet there always seems to be a little extra time to whip together an article for this journal or that blog - and we're used to getting little to no pay for our hard work at this point, haha.
The Anthrophiliacs are currently doing a call for papers (see posts below - deadline for editor/peer review applications and article submissions is April 5, 2010 at 11:59 pm to firstname.lastname@example.org). WRITE FOR US!
CHECK THE OLD POST HERE WITH THE SPECIFICS ABOUT THE CALL FOR PAPERS
- Posted By Emily Šaras, '10