The INDIANA journal is a forum for everyone involved in researching the indigenous and multiethnic societies and cultures of Latin America and the Caribbean, both present and past. It brings together articles from all fields of Amerindian studies, including archaeology, ethnohistory, ethnolinguistics, as well as cultural and social anthropology. Essays on methodological and theoretical issues are also welcome. Each issue features articles on different topics, a dossier with articles about a specific subject, as well as book reviews.
The contributions published in INDIANA are made available as a PDF to download on this homepage two years after appearance of the print edition.