Hunter Gatherer Research Journal
The CHAGS regular conference fee includes 1-year membership in the International Society for Hunter Gatherer Research (ISHGR) and subscription to the newly established Hunter Gatherer Research journal (HGR).
Please follow this link to subscribe to HGR, if you are not registered for CHAGS.
Editor: Larry Barham, University of Liverpool
Published by Liverpool University Press
4 issues per year (January, May, August and November)
Hunter Gatherer Research is an international, multi-disciplinary quarterly publication that covers all aspects of hunter-gatherer studies, whether focusing on the present, past or future. It encompasses genetics, ecology, evolutionary anthropology, archaeology, ethnography, ethnohistory, linguistics, indigenous rights and applied research. Hunter Gatherer Research is an indispensable resource for anyone with a research or activist interest in hunter-gatherers. The journal, published quarterly, is the official publication of the International Society of Hunter Gatherer Research (ISHGR) which was formed in 2013 following the 10th international Conference on Hunting and Gathering Societies (CHAGS X), in Liverpool. Hunter Gatherer Research succeeds the journal Before Farming: the archaeology and anthropology of hunter-gatherers, whose archive will be now maintained by Liverpool University Press.