Latest Issue (vol 33)
People and Culture in Oceania, 33: 1–15, 2017
People and Culture in Oceania, 33: 17–35, 2017
People and Culture in Oceania, 33: 37–72, 2017
People and Culture in Oceania, 33: 73-86, 2017
People and Culture in Oceania, 33: 87-88, 2017
Since volume 17, all contents have been provided as pdf files in National Digital Library, from 6 months after the publication.
As the official journal of The Japanese Society for Oceanic Studies, People and Culture in Oceania aims to publish original research and communications of scientific interest. The language of publication is English and the relevant scientific fields include physical and cultural anthropology, linguistics, prehistory and archaeology, human ecology, geography, ethnobotany, etc. The geographical regions of research are Polynesia, Melanesia, Micronesia, Australia, and Island Southeast Asia, although research on adjacent areas, e.g., Taiwan and the Malay Peninsula, is also acceptable when the theme is relevant to the interests of Oceanists. The journal will be issued annually, in December. The editor welcomes submissions of original papers and communications. Communications include brief reports on scientific research and methodology, notes and remarks of interest, and book reviews. All manuscripts will be subject to peer review.
Manuscripts for PCO can be submitted throughout the year. Those that reach the Editor by
April 30, 2017 June 15, 2017 will be considered for Volume 33.
Manuscripts and communications concerning editorial matters should be addressed to the editors (E-mail: pco[at]jsos.net), People ad Culture in Oceania.
Membership in The Japanese Society for Oceanic Studies (JSOS) is open to all individuals who are interested in people and culture in Oceania. The annual dues are 6,000 Yen (or US$ 20). Membership includes an annual subscription to People and Culture in Oceania. For non-members of JSOS, the subscription price per volume is 6,000 Yen (or US$ 40), including postage. Application for membership and subscription inquiries should be addressed to the secretary of the society:
NIWA Norio (E-mail: secretary[at]jsos.net) National Museum of Ethnology 10-1 Senri Expo Park, Suita, Osaka 565-8511 JAPAN
Subscription orders from overseas countries should be paid in U.S. currency by any of the following means:
UMEZAKI Masahiro (University of Tokyo, Japan)
KUWAHARA Makiko (Kinjo Gakuin University, Japan)
KURATA Makoto (Tokyo Medical University)
NAKAZAWA Minato (Kobe University)
NIWA Norio (National Museum of Ethnology)
BABA Jun (Wako University)
YAMAGUCHI Toru (Keio University)
YAMAMOTO Matori (Hosei University)