|Edited by||Winnie Lem|
|ISO 4||Dialect. Anthropol.|
Dialectical Anthropology is a Marxist peer-reviewed academic journal of anthropology published by Springer Science+Business Media. It was established in 1975 by Stanley Diamond (New School for Social Research). In its first decade the journal oriented towards post-Vietnam radicalism.
Following Diamond's death in 1991, Donald Nonini took the role of acting editor-in-chief for two years. In 1993 Diamond's widow, Marie Josephine Diamond became editor-in-chief. In 2001 she was succeeded by Sabine Jell-Bahlsen and Wolf-Dieter Narr. In 2008, Anthony Marcus and Kirk Dombrowski (City University of New York) became editors-in-chief. In 2010 the journal added a third editor-in-chief, Ananthakrishnan Aiyer (University of Michigan–Flint), who remained until he died in 2015. In 2013, Dombrowski was succeeded by Winnie Lem (Trent University).
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