Peer review procedure
Annuaire Roumain d'Anthropologie is a peer-reviewed journal.
Two anonymous referees will evaluate the manuscripts. As suggested by referees, manuscripts will be:
a) accepted for publication with no further revisions,
b) returned for further revisions or
usually within 60 days from submission.
Authors will be promptly informed of the status of the manuscript, along with reviewers’ argumentation. A third reviewer will be involved in the process in the eventuality that the first two are in complete disagreement regarding the publication of the manuscript.
The editors reserve the right to reject or to return for revision any manuscript not meeting the minimal requirements for the peer-review process (i.e. non-standard format, lack of academic style, major flaws in design or analysis, unclear methodology, etc.), or for ethical concerns.
Important Note - Language standards
Annuaire Roumain d'Anthropologie follows rather rigorous standards for English and French languages. In addition, the publishing house - Editura Academiei Romane, imposes an academic level writing style. Although the reviewers may overlook certain aspects of English or French writing style, a manuscript deemed "accepted for publication" by the reviewers, may not be published until it meets the editorial standards. While we acknowledge the burden imposed on the non-native writers of English and French languages, we strongly encourage the authors to use professional help before submitting the manuscript for review.