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Written by John W. Rick   
Tuesday, 08 March 2011 07:39

Dear Members of the Institute of Andean Studies and other Andeanistscholars:

I am pleased to announce that the Board of Directors of the Institute of Andean Studies has appointed a new Editor for the journal Ñawpa Pacha: Jerry Moore of California State University at Dominguez Hills. This is a planned transition, carried out at the request of previous Editor Kathe Schreiber, who has served unselfishly for many years in bringing the improved journal back to a regular publication schedule.  As an Institute we are lucky to have the services of these fine individuals; we all deeply appreciate Kathe's devoted service, and we are equally fortunate to have Jerry onboard. I have long been in awe of his productivity in personal publication,and he enters the editor's role without undue coercion, and even with a sense of momentum and enthusiasm!

I would like to use this opportunity to encourage Andeanists, including members and non-members of the Institute, to consider publication in Ñawpa Pacha.  With the professional publication and distribution of Left CoastPress, regular publication twice each year, an efficient yet seriouspeer-review process, a commitment to digital and web availability, soon toinclude JSTOR, and a modest backlog of accepted articles, Ñawpa Pacha can be considered a premier and mainstay journal of South American archaeology.

From this point forward, please send all inquiries and manuscripts to Dr. Jerry D. Moore (Department of Anthropology, California State University at Dominguez Hills, 1000 E. Victoria St., Carson, CA 90747, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or (+1 310) 243-3845).

Best regards,
John W. Rick
President, Institute of Andean Studies

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