Dear AnthroCyBib Readers,
You may have noticed a general lag in posts over the summer, and an even longer lag in email notifications of new articles. This is because AnthroCyBib has moved to a new home with the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Edinburgh. Even with the technical support of the university, this was not a completely painless process, and it’s taken us a while to get everything back up and running (in fact, you may have noticed that our Facebook page is looking rather bare these days – clearly we’re still working the kinks out of the migration!). In any case, we wanted to know that, save for the Facebook issue (which should be sorted soon), we are now back up and running, and you should be receiving email notifications of new posts as before.
We have some exciting things in the hopper this year and are looking forward to some great new original content in the next several months. As always, if you’re interested in writing a book review or review essay for us, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Thank you for your patience with our migration.
Jon Bialecki, James Bielo, Tom Boylston, and Naomi Haynes, AnthroCyBib Co-Curators