About History Australia
History Australia is the journal of the Australian Historical Association (AHA), a professional association of historians in Australia that links practitioners in universities and schools with those in museums, galleries and the heritage industry. The journal is a revised form of the AHA Bulletin, which functioned in print form for more than twenty years as the journal of the AHA.
The journal publishes refereed articles, debates, reviews of historical works and news items. It is available online. Members of the AHA can choose to access the journal online, to receive it in print, or both.
History Australia has an Editorial Board, formed by scholars of
Aims and scope
History Australia functions both as a means of communication between historians and as a showcase of historical research product, carrying fully refereed articles on all aspects of Australian historical research, and on the teaching and public display of history in Australia.
History Australia aims to reflect the concerns, to publish the research product, and to increase the professional awareness of all those historians currently making and applying history in Australia and Australian communities.
Authors and referees
As a way of saying 'thank you' for contributing to History Australia, Monash University ePress offers:
Authors, a hard copy and an electronic copy of your submission should be sent to the editors of History Australia, Penny Russell and Richard White. You may like to read History Australia's submission guidelines or information about book and exhibition reviewing.
Abstracting and indexing services
This journal is indexed by the following Abstracting and Indexing services:
From 2008 History Australia will be published three times a year, in April, August and December. Prior to 2008 it was published biannually, in June and December of each year.
History Australia is co-edited by Associate Professor Penny Russell and Richard White, both of the University of Sydney.
Please send all correspondence and manuscript submissions to:
From 2003 to 2008, History Australia was edited by Emeritus Professor Marian Quartly.