The journal aims to be accessible to a broad readership interested in the anthropology of Latin American and Caribbean. Articles are accepted in English, Portuguese, and Spanish. If a Spanish- or Portuguese-speaking author prefers to publish an article in English, it is incumbent upon the author to ensure that the English is grammatically and syntactically correct.
The first use of a foreign concept or terms should appear in italics and be translated in parentheses. After first-use, italics are not required.
All articles must be written clearly and exclude jargon. Articles should have a central argument which is supported by evidence. A clear demonstration of in-depth field research should be apparent. A synthesis of the methodology used should also be included.