Thank you for your interest in submitting your work for review.
Use the form below, and we will respond quickly with an e-mail.
A Few Guidelines:
•Essays must be ethnographic-oriented, whether anthropological or sociological
•Essays should be about 1500 words, no more than 2000 words
•Essays must be written for a general non-academic audience
•Capture in-the-moment observations, experiences and reflections of everyday life
•Essays should follow the spirit and philosophy of our blog or “patron saints”
If interested in exploring an alternative medium of publishing (aside from academic journals alone) for getting your experiences and work out there, the Editor and Webmaster of Ethnography.com are accepting submissions from guest writers, and perhaps another author to join our family.
Ethnography.com is approaching another phase in its 15 year lifespan since the domain was registered. Even during periods of inactivity, the website regularly receives 100 hits per day. On good days, when an author has posted a topic of interest, visitors range 500-900 each day.
Once a guest writer has been published by the editor more than once, and are motivated to continue contributing regularly, we welcome them as one of the “regular” bloggers, and feature the writer with a profile, short bio, and photo. This way, they can consider ethnography.com as a home too, as we help encourage each other to write and continue the conversations on ethnography, anthropology and sociology through blogging.
Before contacting us, check out Meet the Bloggers and About Ethnography.com to see if your style is compatible. This is a place to tell stories that draw readers into a world different from their own. Each blog post represents the ideas of its author alone, but we feel that we share more than we disagree on, and we continue to question, what is “normal,” even in our own disciplines and societies.