Australian Historical Studies

Australian Historical Studies is a refereed journal publishing original and previously unpublished (online or hard copy) articles. First published in 1940, it is now one of Australia's oldest, best-known and most highly-regarded academic journals, which ERA rate as A. It receives contributions from leading academics in the field. It is published in March, June and December each year.
Australian Historical Studies deals with all aspects of the history of Australia-New Zealand, and Pacific regional issues and with other histories insofar as they significantly inform the understanding of this history. All varieties of history are welcomed.

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Latest articles

Volume 49 (2)

Approaching the Past
vol. 49 (2): 147-149
‘The Scum of France’: Australian Anxieties towards French Convicts in the Nineteenth Century
vol. 49 (2): 150-166
National Shame/National Treasure: Narrating Homeless Veterans in Australia 1915–1930s
vol. 49 (2): 167-183
Masculinity and Cultural Contestation in the Australian 1950s
vol. 49 (2): 184-202
Isolated, Monitored and Controlled: Sport, Aborigines and the Protection Era
vol. 49 (2): 203-220
Policy Narratives in Historical Transition: A Case Study in Contemporary History
vol. 49 (2): 221-236
Unknown Anzacs: The Politics and Performance of Bodily Repatriation in Postcolonial State Formation
vol. 49 (2): 237-254
British Migrants – Instant Australians? Immigration Museum, Melbourne
vol. 49 (2): 255-257
Tracey Banivanua Mar (1974–2017)
vol. 49 (2): 258-259
For Fiji Women Scholars who are Brilliant and Strong and Weary
vol. 49 (2): 260-262
A Historian for All Seasons: Essays for Geoffrey Bolton
vol. 49 (2): 263-264
Teenagers: The Rise of Youth Culture in New Zealand
vol. 49 (2): 264-265
The Popular Culture of Romantic Love in Australia
vol. 49 (2): 265-266
Indigenous and Other Australians since 1901
vol. 49 (2): 266-267
The Good Country: The Djadja Wurrung, the Settlers and the Protectors
vol. 49 (2): 268-269
‘Me Write Myself’: The Free Aboriginal Inhabitants of Van Diemen’s Land at Wybalenna
vol. 49 (2): 269-270
Tautai: Sāmoa, World History, and the Life of Ta’isi O.F. Nelson
vol. 49 (2): 270-271
Colonialism and Its Aftermath: A History of Aboriginal South Australia
vol. 49 (2): 271-272
Memory, Place and Aboriginal-Settler History: Understanding Australians’ Consciousness of the Colonial Past
vol. 49 (2): 272-274
Sources and Methods in Histories of Colonialism: Approaching the Imperial Archive
vol. 49 (2): 274-275