The Journal of Pacific History

The Journal of Pacific History is a refereed international journal serving historians, prehistorians, anthropologists and others interested in the study of mankind in the Pacific Islands (including Hawaii and New Guinea), and is concerned generally with political, economic, religious and cultural factors affecting human presence there. It publishes articles, annotated previously unpublished manuscripts, notes on source material and comment on current affairs. It also welcomes articles on other geographical regions, such as Africa and Southeast Asia, or of a theoretical character, where these are concerned with problems of significance in the Pacific.

4 issues a year.

Publisher: 
Routledge
ISSN (print): 
00223344
ISSN (online): 
14699605

Latest articles

Volume 50 (1)

VOLUME L: 1 MARCH 2015
vol. 50 (1): 0-0
Blown out of the Water: The 1933 New Caledonian water polo visit to Australia and demise of a racial stereotype
vol. 50 (1): 1-19
‘High Standard of Efficiency and Steadiness’: Papua New Guinea Native Police Guards and Japanese War Criminals, 1945–53
vol. 50 (1): 20-37
An Analysis of Provincial, Urban and Ethnic Loyalties in Fiji's 2014 Election
vol. 50 (1): 38-53
The Fijian Elections of 2014: Returning to Democracy … ?
vol. 50 (1): 54-60
Closing the Gap in the Descent of the Lasike Title
vol. 50 (1): 61-88
Alan Dudley Ward
vol. 50 (1): 89-92
Chiefs and Governors: art and power in Fiji
vol. 50 (1): 93-95
Mana Māori: the power of New Zealand's first inhabitants
vol. 50 (1): 96-97
The History Manifesto
vol. 50 (1): 98-99
Situating Women: gender politics and circumstance in Fiji
vol. 50 (1): 99-101
L'Etat au pays des merveilles: L'Etat et le projet étatique en Nouvelle-Calédonie
vol. 50 (1): 101-102
Looking beyond RAMSI: Solomon Islanders’ perspectives on their future
vol. 50 (1): 102-104
The Ethnographic Experiment: A.M. Hocart and W.H.R. Rivers in Island Melanesia, 1908
vol. 50 (1): 104-105
Sovereign Sugar: industry and environment in Hawai’i
vol. 50 (1): 105-107

Volume 49 (4)

Editorial Board
vol. 49 (4): 0-0
Editorial Board
vol. 49 (4): 0-0
Kelp Highways, Siberian Girls in Maui, and Nuclear Walruses: The North Pacific in a Sea of Islands
vol. 49 (4): 373-395
Kelp Highways, Siberian Girls in Maui, and Nuclear Walruses: The North Pacific in a Sea of Islands
vol. 49 (4): 373-395
The Chinese Pacifics: A Brief Historical Review
vol. 49 (4): 396-420