Issues in Ethnology and Anthropology are a double-blind peer reviewed journal.
All submitted manuscripts are initially pre-reviewed by the Editorial Board, who reserves the right to accept or reject the manuscript.
Reviewers are chosen based on their eminence and competence in the research area to which the submitted manuscripts are related. Reviewers are selected from the highest university teaching and research titles. The choice of reviewers is at the discretion of the Editor and the Editorial Board.
Manuscripts received for review must be treated as confidential documents. Reviews are conducted in a standardized way by using the Peer Review Form, which is sent by the Editor to reviewers without revealing the authors identity.
The list of peer reviewers for the given year is published in the last issue of the volume.
Detailed information regarding the Review Process can be found in the section About the Journal.