Frequently Asked Questions
1) When is the next issue of the APUA going to be available?
We are currently collecting articles, and do not have a release date of the next volume. When we have a release date, we will update our front page to reflect this; alternatively, if you would like to be notified when we have a release date, please go to our Subscriptions page and sign up for updates.
2) I would like to submit an article for the APUA; how can I do so?
APUA editors are currently accepting original manuscripts, including monographs, special issues (e.g., conference proceedings), and research articles. For discipline-specific multi-authored editions (e.g., Dene-Yeniseian Connection), the APUA style guide can be modified, but we generally recommend Chicago Style for cultural and linguistic anthropology, and American Antiquity style for archaeology and physical anthropology. Contact the appropriate Associate or General Editor for specific questions regarding submissions.
3) How much does a volume of the APUA cost?
Pricing information varies by volume and the nature of the order. Older editions published between 1952 and 1972 are available for free download as PDF files; print editions are also available for the cost of shipping and handling.
More recent editions cost between $8.00 and $40.00, depending on the volume; copies of the most recent volumes intended for institutional use cost $50.00 to $100.00. You can find exact prices on our Past Issues page.
4) How much does shipping and handling cost?
Our mail orders are fulfilled through the United States Postal Service, and prices are as follows:
Priority Envelope (single book/volume): US $7.35, Canada/Mexico $25.85, International $32.30
Flat Rate Box (2 to 5 books/volumes): US $14.35, Canada/Mexico $49.60, International $72.30
If you would like to order more than five volumes, or if you would prefer to use a different shipping method, please contact us to make arrangements for your order.