Anthropologie – International Journal of Human Diversity and Evolution is a 'four field' anthropology journal, which publishes original articles from every branch of the anthropological sciences. The journal is interdisciplinary and aims at combining insights and approaches from across the discipline, including ones ranging from archaeology to physical and cultural anthropology. The journal features papers in a wide variety of areas, including bioarchaeology, human variability and adaptation, palaeoanthropology and hominid evolution, human biology, human ethology, primatology, prehistory and prehistoric art, and social anthropology.
Anthropologie mainly publishes articles in English, but occasionally publishes ones in French and German as well.
Anthropologie - International Journal of Human Diversity and Evolution is published three times a year by the Anthropos Institute at the Moravian Museum in Brno, Czech Republic. The journal considers submissions in four categories: Original papers, Research reports, Book reviews and News. Anthropologie also regularly releases monothematic issues, which are either devoted to a single topic or to disseminating the best papers from colloquia. Monothematic Issues are usually co-edited by Guest Editor(s).
Each manuscript is peer-reviewed in a double-blind process, with neither the two anonymous reviewers with a special interest in the subject covered by the manuscript nor the authors' identities being revealed to the other party.