The Micronesian Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences is a semiannual peer reviewed academic electronic journal dedicated to the study of human thought, behavior, and culture in Micronesia. Research notes, book reviews, annotated bibliographies, translations of key documents, and thesis summaries are not refereed.

The editors welcome submissions of original non-published articles in the fields of archaeology, communications, cultural education, cultural anthropology, ethnobiology, ethnography, historic architecture, historic preservation, history, library studies, linguistics, literature, politics, social anthropology, tourism, and allied humanities subjects. Papers are accepted on the basis of their originality and their relevance to Micronesia and the adjacent Pacific region.

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