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Mesoamérica Journal: The World’s Leading Journal on Central America

Mesoamérica is a multidisciplinary journal published once per year with articles, research reports, documents, news and commentary, analysis of photographic and artistic collections, and book and video reviews. It is open to research in anthropology, art, ecology, economics, geography, history, international studies, political science, sociology, and other disciplines. The journal coverage focuses on the Mesoamerican region from Mexico to Panama.

The editors of the journal are Justin Wolfe (Tulane University) and Aaron Schneider (University of Denver). Book review editors are Martha Few (University of Arizona) and Victor Hugo Acuña Ortega (Instituto de Historia de Nicaragua y Centroamérica, Universidad Centroamericana).

Mesoamerica is one of the most important social science publications on Central America, distributed in Latin America, North America, and Europe. The journal is published by Plumsock Mesoamerican Studies and is open to publishing partnerships with other academic institutions and publishers. The journal welcomes submissions and further information can be found at the journal website. Journal editors Justin Wolfe and Aaron Schneider can be contacted by email.