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Anthropology of Consciousness

Anthropology of Consciousness  
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
Discipline consciousness
Language English
Edited by Hillary S. Webb
Publication details
Publication history
Frequency semiannual
ISSN 1053-4202
OCLC no. 60640215
  • [[1] Journal homepage]

Anthropology of Consciousness is the primary publication of the Society for the Anthropology of Consciousness, published by American Anthropological Association (AAA) since 1990.

The current editor, Hillary S. Webb, began the position in the summer of 2009.[1]

Prior to joining the AAA, the Society was called "Association for the Anthropological Study of Consciousness" (AASC), and published the AASC Newsletter and AASC Quarterly[2] and earlier newsletters were also published.[3]


The journal is available online through AnthroSource, and abstracted in the following journals or CD-ROM services.


  1. ^ Lawrence B McBride (April 2007). "Society for the Anthropology of Consciousness".  
  2. ^ "From the editor". Anthropology of Consciousness 1 (1-2): 3. March–June 1990.  
  3. ^ Stephan A. Schwartz (March–June 2001). "Boulders in the Stream". Journal of the Society for the Anthropology of Consciousness. 

External links

  • Society for the Anthropology of Consciousness
    • Anthropology of Consciousness
  • Wiley journal entry
  • AnthroSource entry

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