ANU Historical Journal II returns after 31 year hiatus - Call for papers

ANU Historical Journal II returns after 31 year hiatus - Call for papers
Tuesday 9 January 2018

Following a 31 year hiatus, the ANU Historical Journal II has recently released its Call for Papers which can be accessed at

As some of you might know, the ANU Historical Journal was an academic history journal of the ANU between 1964 and 1987. The ANUHJ II, which is the second series of the ANUHJ, is an initiative funded by the College of Asia and the Pacific and College of Arts and Social Sciences and will be published online and in hardcopy with ANU Press. The first edition of the Journal will include a number of memoir pieces from editors of the first series (including Professor Rosemary Auchmuty, Emeritus Professor Alastair Davidson, Professor Iain McCalman, Dr Doug Munro and Dr Jill Waterhouse) as well as several book reviews and journal articles.

The Journal strongly encourages submissions from undergraduate and postgraduate students across Australia so if you know of any students who have completed outstanding historical research that would be suitable for publication, please forward on the Call for Papers as we would welcome their submissions. We also accept interdisciplinary submissions which demonstrate a strong engagement with history.

More information is available in the attached flyer.

Submissions for the 2018 edition will close on 28 February 2018. If you have any questions or queries, please feel free to contact the editors at


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