Editor of the Plains Anthropologist, 2018 – 2020 

      The Board of Directors of the Plains Anthropological Society invites applications for the position of Editor. The Editor receives manuscripts through the Taylor and Francis Editorial Manager system. He/she finds peer reviewers for submissions, edits manuscripts for content, evaluates reviews and communicates results and request for revisions to authors, as well as works with the publisher of Plains Anthropologist. The journal is printed in four issues of approximately 100-120 pages. Each consists of articles, reports, occasional comments, and book reviews. A Book Review Editor provides review articles for each issue. The Editor must be a member in good standing, must commit to three years of service, and must attend the annual Plains Conference. Previous Editors will provide assistance and direction. While there is no direct remuneration for this position, the Society provides a fixed amount for necessary supplies and a part-time assistant. The Society will provide a stipend for the Editor’s Plains Conference travel expenses. The Editor is encouraged to obtain additional support, such as student assistants or help with mailing, from their institution/company.

      Any person interested in assuming duties of the Editor, or offering suggestions for potential candidates, should contact Sarah Trabert (, or the current Editor, Marcel Kornfeld ( ASAP. 

      The Board of Directors shall elect the Editor from among the Society members who are candidates, pursuant to Article IV, Section 2 of the Bylaws of the Plains Anthropological Society as amended, published in Plains Anthropologist, 2005, Vol. 50, No. 194, pp. 213-217.

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      The Nebraska Association of Professional Archeologists Board is requesting articles or reports for the journal, Central Plains Archeology. Please see Volume 10 for the current style requirements. If you would like to submit an article, please contact Amy Koch (Fort Robinson Museum PO Box 304 3200 W Hwy 20 Crawford NE   69339-030;; 308-665-2920)


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