HIMALAYA, Journal of the Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies, publishes peer reviewed original research articles, short field reports, book and film reviews, reports on meetings and conferences, alongside literature and photo essays from the region.

Click here to download the Style Guidelines for HIMALAYA Contributors [last updated on September 20, 2015].

Click here to download the HIMALAYA Special Issue Proposal Guidelines [last updated February 4, 2014].

Click here to download HIMALAYA's submission agreement [last updated October 30, 2015].

HIMALAYA submissions are reviewed using a double blind peer review process. Should you be invited to revise and resubmit your article, or if your article is accepted with minor revisions, the peer review process will involve uploading revised versions of your manuscript. You are asked to follow provided links to upload revised submissions under the same manuscript number. Please refrain from submitting a revision as a "new article submission."

HIMALAYA promotes the sharing of information, and we therefore encourage the reproduction and onward dissemination of HIMALAYA material. You can read, download, copy, distribute, print, search or link to the full text of any HIMALAYA articles. HIMALAYA provides full open access to its authors and readers. Publishing with and reading HIMALAYA is free of charge.

All articles published in HIMALAYA are licensed under a Creative Commons ‘Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives’ [4.0 International License].

The CC BY-NC-ND license means that:

  • you may reproduce HIMALAYA materials, provided you acknowledge the source/author.
  • you may use, download, transmit or print material from the HIMALAYA website (or the print version) for any private, research or educational purpose. You may not use these materials for commercial purposes. (Non-Commercial)
  • you may not alter, transform or build upon these materials. (No Derivatives)
  • However, we may also agree to requests to adapt material on this site and in HIMALAYA – for example, to translate it into another language – but please contact us at himalaya@anhs-himalaya.org to ask permission beforehand.

    Please direct correspondence to:

    Sienna Craig and Mark Turin, Editors
    Department of Anthropology
    6047 Silsby Hall
    Dartmouth College
    Hanover, NH 03755
    United States of America

    phone (603) 646-9356