Local Cultural Responses to the Economic Challenges of Climate Change: Anthropological Investigations (provisional title)
(Research in Economic Anthropology, Volume 35)
Research in Economic Anthropology (REA) is a peer-reviewed book series focusing on the anthropological investigation of economy and culture/society, including both contemporary socio-cultural (“ethnographic”) and archaeological approaches. It was first published in 1978 by JAI Press and edited by George Dalton. The next editor was Barry Isaac, who managed the series for nearly 20 years. Elsevier later acquired REA, and the editorial team of Norbert Dannhaeuser and Cynthia Werner kept it on track during this transition. Since 2005 the series has been edited by Donald Wood, and it is currently owned by Emerald Group Publishing, Ltd.