The Editors of The Journal of Pacific History (JPH) invite submissions addressing all domains of Pacific islands history.
Established in 1966 and publishing four issues a year, The Journal of Pacific History is a leading refereed journal dedicated to research concerning the Pacific Islands, their peoples and their pasts. Our remit is broad: from prehistory to the present. We publish articles in political, economic, religious and cultural history, analysis of contemporary developments, critical surveys and comment. Contributions are welcome that address Oceania more widely, or comparative or theoretical questions of significance to the Pacific. We also regularly publish special issues and welcome special issue proposals.
For more information on our remit, aims and scope or to contact us see our website at Taylor & Francis.
Professor Anne Perez Hattori, University of Guam
Dr Adrian Muckle, Victoria University of Wellington