Lletres asturianes: Boletín Oficial de l'Academia de la Llingua Asturiana, 121, p. 119-134 (2019)
Since the 1980s a good number of publications have incorporated contens related to anthropology and/or ethnography. Among them, three continue to contemplate these topics today. Among the journals that are no longer in circulation we could mention the following as the ones that dedicated the biggest number of pages to cultural studies: Ástor, Cartafueyos de la Lliga Celta d’Asturies (1981-1990);El canciu’l cuélebre. Revista cultural asturiana (1995-2000); El cuirno (2005-2007) o N’Ast, cartafueyos d’ensayu (2007-2013). Among the ones that are still active, number 10 of Lletres Asturianes, published in 1984, inaugurated a section entitled «Anthropology Materials» that since then constituted a significant part of several issues of the official newsletter of the Asturian Language Academy. However, this type of studies had already featured in earlier issues. Since 1991, Cultures (A Journal of Asturian Culture) has published 21 volumes that are fully focused in anthropology and ethnography, for some time being the only Asturian journal specifically dedicated to anthropology. Finally, in 1996 Asturies (Living Memory of a Country) started its publication history, which has reached 37 issues that include a great number of pages about anthropology and ethnography. This paper elaborates a revision of these publications, the authors that have written for them, and the topics they have approached, which constitute a relevant corpus of knowledge.