ANTHROPOLOGY

Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

Collegium Antropologicum is the official  journal of the Croatian Anthropological Society established in 1977. It is an international peer-reviewed open access journal aimed at a broad anthropological readership and recognized by a number of international co-operative experts. Interdisciplinary in scope, the journal publishes original, high-quality papers embracing all fields and areas of anthropological research – from sociocultural, biological, and archaeological, to medical, linguistic and historical, and those cutting across related fields of biomedicine, human ecology, genetics, sociology, psychology and other sciences.

 

Section Policies

Original scientific papers

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed

Replies and comments

Unchecked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Unchecked Peer Reviewed

Short communications

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed

Case reports

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed

Professional papers

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed

Reviews

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed
 

Peer Review Process

Collegium Antropologicum is journal with anonymous international peer review. Original scientific papers, reviews, professional papers and case reports are sent to two, and preliminary communications to one reviewer. Only favourably rated papers are accepted for publication. The editorial board of the journal reserves the right to make changes to the text in order to comply with standards of journal style and English language.

To facilitate the whole process of peer review but to still keep it anonymous and unbiased authors in Step 1 of the online submission procedure can suggest up to 5 possible reviewers for their paper.

We urge authors not to CONTACT POTENTIAL REVIEWERS THEMSELVES BUT TO JUST PROVIDE THEIR CONTACTS (INCLUDING EMAILS)!

When suggesting a reviewer please keep in mind that they should be recognized scientists in the field of study that your paper is dealing with. The authors should also keep in mind that potential reviewers should be scientist primarily working on renowned institutions outside of author’s country. Suggested reviewers should not be colleagues or collaborators form author’s institution. Authors are kindly asked to refrain from sending us suggestions where all suggested reviewers are from one, usually author’s country. Furthermore, suggestions for possible reviewers should include scientists from different countries and institutions of the world.

Authors are especially warned not to send suggestions of reviewers where all of them belong to the countries of former Yugoslavia.

Please note that submissions that fail to meet these demands WILL BE REJECTED without consideration.

Our intention is to shorten the peer review process but also to retain objectivity and quality of anonymous peer review. Beside the name and affiliation please provide us also with reviewer's address, affiliation and most importantly  EMAIL just as it is outlined in the table in the Step 1 of the online submission procedure.

 

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

Creative Commons License All work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.

 

Journal indexing

Collegium Antropologicum is indexed in:  
  • Abstracts in Anthropology
  • Anthropological Literature
  • Central & Eastern European Academic Source
  • ERIH  PLUS
  • HRČAK
  • Index Copernicus ICI World of Journals
  • International Bibliography of Social Sciences (IBSS)
  • International center for scientific research (CIRS)
  • JCR_SSS (Journal Citation Report)
  • ROAD (Directory of Open Access Scholarly Resources)
  • SCOPUS
  • Sociological abstracts (SocINDEX)

 

Donations and Payments

Donation for printing additional pages

The manuscript should not exceed the maximum length of 8 pages as printed in Collegium, which is roughly 30 A4 pages of double-spaced text. Printing of an additional page is an extra 50,00 EUR 350,00 KN per page for the Journal, so please do not cross the 30 A4 pages limit or place a donation for each page extra.


Printing in color

Collegium Antopologicum does not print colour figures or tables. If your manuscript contains figures or tables in color note that printing in color is also an extra expence for the Journal.

The price of printing in color is 100,00 EUR or 750,00 KN per figure/table as printed in an issue of the Journal, so please adjust your figures/tables or place a donation.


 

Reprints

 

Each corresponding author will receive one copy of the respective issue of Collegium Antropologicum. Authors are kindly asked to donate 20 EUR for printing and postage expenses for each additional copy.

 

Subscription

Yearly subscription rates:

 

Croatia

Abroad

Private

    200.00 Kn

     25.00 EURO

Institutions

    400.00 Kn

     55.00 EURO

 
 

The amount should be forwarded to the following accounts:

 

Foreign subscribers:

Croatian Anthropological Society

Account Nr: 703000-024779, Privredna banka Zagreb d.d., Zagreb, Croatia

IBAN: HR85 2340 0091 1000 1070 9

SWIFT CODE: PBZGHR2X

 

Croatian subscribers:

Hrvatsko antropološko društvo

Matični broj: 02588951

OIB: 26136097035

IBAN: HR85 2340 0091 1000 1070 9, Privredna banka Zagreb

 
For further information please contact the Journal office.

 

USING ONLINE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM - guidelines for AUTHORS

 

USING ONLINE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM - guidelines for REVIEWERS


You will first see a summary of the submission details.

 

 

Next, you will see the review schedule, and the associated deadline.

 

 

Next, the Review process is divided into six or seven steps (depending upon the Journal Setup).


 

1. You have first to indicate to the Editor whether you will undertake the review. The decision should be made after reviewing the submission's Abstract and perhaps looking at the submission, by clicking on the file name in Step 2).

If you are unable to do the review, click on Unable to do the review which leads to a standard email to the Section Editor.

If able to do the review, click on Will do the review, which leads to a standard email to the Section Editor, and which will indicate to Section Editor and Author that the review is underway.

2. The Author has uploaded the submission as a file, which you can download from the journal's web site to your computer by clicking on the file name. The Supplementary Files refer to materials the Author may have uploaded in addition to the submission, such as data sets, research instruments, or source texts.

3. Click on the Review icon and is presented with two Review text-boxes where the Review can be either entered by hand or pasted: one for the Editor and Author, and one visible to the Editor only. The Reviewer may enter or paste partial reviews into these boxes and click the Save button at the bottom of the form to return and make changes later. The Reviewer may return to make such changes until a recommendation on the main Review pages is chosen, at which time the Review process is complete.

4. You also have the option, in addition to entering a review, of uploading files for the Section Editor and/or the Author to see. These files may be an annotated version of the submission or some relevant data or other materials that will assist Editor and/or Author. It will be at the Editor's discretion whether these files are shown to the Author, but you can certainly comment on this in the Review.

5. You must select a Recommendation for the submission from among the following options: Accept, Revisions Required, Resubmit for Review, Resubmit Elsewhere, Decline Submission, See Comments. When you click Submit Review to the Editor, it leads to a prepared email to the Section Editor, and makes your recommendation, saved Review (which is now locked) and any uploaded files available to the Editor.



ISSN: 1848-9486