Annual Review of Anthropology

(The TQCC of Annual Review of Anthropology is 8. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
Living in a Toxic World44
NAGPRA at 30: The Effects of Repatriation35
Anthropology and the Anthropocene: Criticisms, Experiments, and Collaborations29
Climate Change: Expanding Anthropological Possibilities25
The Aftermath of Mass Violence: A Negative Methodology25
Deaf Anthropology22
Broadening Perspectives on the Evolution of Human Paternal Care and Fathers’ Effects on Children20
The Evolution of Human Infancy: Why It Helps to Be Helpless19
Intersectional Ecologies: Reimagining Anthropology and Environment19
The Political Economy of Attention18
Syndemics: A Cross-Disciplinary Approach to Complex Epidemic Events Like COVID-1917
Rethinking the Landscape: Emerging Approaches to Archaeological Remote Sensing15
Current Digital Archaeology15
Anthropology of Policy: Tensions, Temporalities, Possibilities14
The Impact of Ancient Genome Studies in Archaeology13
Language, Emotion, and the Politics of Vulnerability13
Retranslating Resilience Theory in Archaeology12
Archaeology of Everyday Life11
Beyond the Household: Caribbean Families and Biocultural Models of Alloparenting11
Desiring Bureaucracy11
Water Needs, Water Insecurity, and Human Biology10
The Materiality and Heritage of Contemporary Forced Migration10
Political Theology/Theopolitics: The Thresholds and Vulnerabilities of Sovereignty10
Archaeology of Cuisine and Cooking10
The Human Sleep Paradox: The Unexpected Sleeping Habits ofHomo sapiens9
Postcolonial Semiotics9
Socio-Ecological Challenges as Modulators of Women's Reproductive Trajectories8
Human Evolution in Asia: Taking Stock and Looking Forward8
Aging, Life History, and Human Evolution8