About the Journal

Ethnographic Studies focuses on work in ethnography and ethnomethodology but it also provides a forum for sympathetic research in other human sciences, such as psychology, history, science and technology studies, and sociology. Its aim is to promote qualitative inquiry. The policy of the journal is to publish empirical studies but also theoretical and philosophical work which relates to current issues and debates in human sciences

Ethnographic Studies is a refereed journal. Papers will be usually refereed by two members of the Advisory Board. The journal welcomes proposals for special issues which should be discussed in advance with the editors.

Ethnographic Studies is an open access journal, hosted by ZHB Luzern/University Library Lucerne. The journal's contents are copyright protected by a Creative Commons license.