The NEAA Bulletin is a peer-reviewed series published regularly by the Northeastern Anthropological Association. The Bulletin is designed to promote and disseminate original high quality anthropological scholarship conducted by practitioners situated regionally in the Northeastern United States. The series is intended for professional anthropologists and students. The NEAA Bulletin publishes research covering the traditional four fields of anthropology as well as applied work.
The NEAA publishes a newsletter three times a year in Spring, Fall and Winter. We always welcome 300-1500 word submissions that discuss issues of importance and interest to members of the NEAA. If you would like more information or if you would like to submit an article for possible publication in the NEAA newsletter, please contact Dr Jessica Skolnikoff at Roger Williams University: email@example.com.
Each year the NEAA awards prizes of $200 each to the best graduate and undergraduate papers presented at the annual meeting. Separate awards of $200 are also given for the best undergraduate and graduate student poster papers. As of 2010, prize winning papers will be published within our Summer newsletter (above).