Six things you’ll want to know about the Journal of Ethnobiology: An insiders interview with an editor

Dana Lepofsky

By Annalee Sekulic

Whether you are entering the world of academia or a well-seasoned navigator of the chaos, publishing can be a headache. Where do you begin? Which journal is most suited for your topic? How long does it take?

Dana Lepofsky, editor and chief of The Journal of Ethnobiology and Professor of Archaeology at Simon Fraser University, sat down to answer some of our most pressing questions.