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Australian Historical Studies is a refereed journal publishing original and previously unpublished (online or hard copy) articles.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 45 (2)

‘Challenging White Australia’
vol. 45 (2): 163-164
‘Habeas Corpus Mongols’—Chinese Litigants and the Politics of Immigration in 1888
vol. 45 (2): 165-183
In Defence of White Australia: Discouraging ‘Asian Marriage’ in Postwar South-East Asia
vol. 45 (2): 184-201
An Australian Response to Asian Decolonisation: Jawaharlal Nehru, John Burton and the New Delhi Conference of Non-Western Nations
vol. 45 (2): 202-219
‘Such a Great Space of Water between Us’: Anzac Day in Britain, 1916–39
vol. 45 (2): 220-241
Dishonourable Men? The Australian Army, Prisoners of War and Anglo-German POW Repatriations in the Second World War
vol. 45 (2): 242-265
Indigenous Crime and Settler Law: White Sovereignty after Empire.
vol. 45 (2): 266-267
Matters of the Heart: A History of Interracial Marriage in New Zealand.
vol. 45 (2): 267-268
Protest, Land Rights and Riots: Postcolonial Struggles in Australia in the 1980s.
vol. 45 (2): 268-269
Kitty's War: The Remarkable Wartime Experiences of Kit McNaughton.
vol. 45 (2): 269-270
Anzac Journeys: Returning to the Battlefields of World War II
vol. 45 (2): 270-271
The American Occupation of Australia, 1941–45: A Marriage of Necessity
vol. 45 (2): 271-273
Legacies of War
vol. 45 (2): 273-274
Museums and Empire: Natural History, Human Cultures and Colonial Identities/Curating Empire: Museums and the British Imperial Experience
vol. 45 (2): 274-275
A Savage Country: The Untold Story of New Zealand in the 1820s/Encounters: The Creation of New Zealand. A History
vol. 45 (2): 275-277
Changing Times: New Zealand Since 1945
vol. 45 (2): 277-278
A Savage History: Whaling in the Pacific and Southern Oceans
vol. 45 (2): 278-279
Long Views and Short Vistas: Victoria's Nineteenth-Century Public Botanic Gardens
vol. 45 (2): 279-280
Born in a Tent: How Camping Makes Us Australian
vol. 45 (2): 280-281
History and Psyche: Culture, Psychoanalysis and the Past
vol. 45 (2): 281-282