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The American Journal of Biological Anthropology is the official journal of the AABA. Started as a quarterly in 1918 by the AABA's founding organizer, Ales Hrdlicka, the AJBA is currently published monthly by John Wiley & Sons. It prints over a hundred original scientific papers each year, as well as the abstracts and proceedings from the AABA's annual meetings and other official AABA documents and notices.  To submit a manuscript online, authors can visit the Wiley site: AJBA Online Manuscript Submissions.

 celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2018. A complete table of contents of articles published from its inception in 1918 to the present is available here.

AABA members can access the American Journal of Biological Anthropology by first logging into their member account here.

Editors-in-Chief of the AJBA

Trudy Turner (2019-2025)

Peter Ellison (2013-2019)

Christopher B. Ruff (2007-2013)

Clark Spencer Larsen (2001-2007)

Emőke J.E. Szathmáry (1995-2001)

Matt Cartmill (1989-1995)

William A. Stini (1983-1989)

Francis E. Johnston (1977-1983)

William S. Pollitzer (1970-1977)

Frederick S. Hulse (1964-1969)

William S. Laughlin (1958-1963)

Sherwood L. Washburn (1955-1957)

William W. Howells (1949-1954)

T. Dale Stewart (1943-1949)

Ales Hrdlicka (1918-1942)

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