The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History

This journal has established itself as an internationally respected forum for the presentation and discussion of recent research in the history of the British Empire and Commonwealth and in comparative European colonial experiences. Particular attention is given to imperial policy and rivalries; colonial rule and local response; the rise of nationalism; the process of decolonization and the transfer of power and institutions; the evolution of the Imperial and Commonwealth association in general; and the expansion and transformation of British culture. The journal also features a substantial review section of recent literature.

Five issues a year.

Publisher: 
Routledge
ISSN (print): 
03086534
ISSN (online): 
17439329

Latest articles

Volume 45 (4)

‘Poor South Africa! Will No Nice English People Ever Come Out Here?’ The South African Constabulary of the Anglo-Boer War
vol. 45 (4): 580-606
Citizens of Empire: Education and Teacher Exchanges in Canada and the Commonwealth, 1910–40
vol. 45 (4): 607-629
Citizens of Empire: Education and Teacher Exchanges in Canada and the Commonwealth, 1910–40
vol. 45 (4): 607-629
Imperial Outposts and the War Beyond: Singapore, Hong Kong and the British Empire’s Land Force Contribution to the Korean War
vol. 45 (4): 672-696
Imperial Outposts and the War Beyond: Singapore, Hong Kong and the British Empire’s Land Force Contribution to the Korean War
vol. 45 (4): 672-696
‘Operation Legacy’: Britain’s Destruction and Concealment of Colonial Records Worldwide
vol. 45 (4): 697-719
‘Operation Legacy’: Britain’s Destruction and Concealment of Colonial Records Worldwide
vol. 45 (4): 697-719

Volume 45 (3)

Special Days of Worship and National Religion in the Australian Colonies, 1790–c. 1914
vol. 45 (3): 365-390
Special Days of Worship and National Religion in the Australian Colonies, 1790–c. 1914
vol. 45 (3): 365-390
Union Jack or Yellow Jack? Smallpox, Sailors, Settlers and Sovereignty
vol. 45 (3): 391-415
The Language of Imperialism in British Electoral Politics, 1880–1910
vol. 45 (3): 416-448
The Language of Imperialism in British Electoral Politics, 1880–1910
vol. 45 (3): 416-448
The Challenge to ‘Informal’ Empire: Argentina, Chile and British Policy-Makers in the Immediate Aftermath of the First World War
vol. 45 (3): 449-474
Troubled Traditions: Female Adaptive Education in British Colonial Africa
vol. 45 (3): 475-505
Indigenous Exceptionalism under Fire: Assessing Indigenous Soldiers in Combat with the Australian, Canadian, New Zealand and American Armies during the Second World War
vol. 45 (3): 506-524
Defending Empire at the United Nations: The Politics of International Colonial Oversight in the Era of Decolonisation
vol. 45 (3): 525-549

Volume 45 (2)

Welsh Sojourners in India: The East India Company, Networks and Patronage, c. 1760–1840
vol. 45 (2): 165-187
Welsh Sojourners in India: The East India Company, Networks and Patronage, c. 1760–1840
vol. 45 (2): 165-187
The Colonial Sinews of Imperial Power: The Political Economy of Jamaican Taxation, 1768–1838
vol. 45 (2): 188-209
The Colonial Sinews of Imperial Power: The Political Economy of Jamaican Taxation, 1768–1838
vol. 45 (2): 188-209