The Journal of Australian Studies (JAS) is the journal of the International Australian Studies Association.
JAS is a fully refereed international quarterly, which publishes scholarly articles and reviews on Australian culture, society, politics, history and literature.
The editors are particularly interested in multi and interdisciplinary work. First published in 1977, the journal is now published by Taylor & Francis.
Special Issues: Each year JAS has special themed issues. If you are interested in proposing an issue please contact the editors.
JAS EDITORIAL TEAM
- James Keating, University of New South Wales
- Carolyn Holbrook, Deakin University
- Laura Rademaker, Australian National University
- Thomas Rogers, Australian War Memorial
- Damon Alexander, Swinburne University of Technology
- Barbara Baird, Flinders University
- Nicholas Birns, The New School, New York University
- Frank Bongiorno, Australian National University
- David Carter, University of Queensland
- Kate Darian-Smith, University of Tasmania
- Catriona Elder, University of Sydney
- Rhonda Evans, University of Texas at Austin
- Melissa Harper, University of Queensland
- Ian Henderson, University of London
- Dan Hu, Beijing Foreign Studies University
- Kate Hunter, Victoria University of Wellington
- Tseen Khoo, La Trobe University
- Shino Konishi, University of Western Australia
- Alana Lentin, University of Western Sydney
- Jacqueline Lo, Australian National University
- Jane Lydon, University of Western Australia
- Stuart Macintyre, University of Melbourne
- John Maynard, University of Newcastle
- Ian McLean, University of Melbourne
- Nicole Moore, University of New South Wales, Canberra
- Stephen Muecke, University of Adelaide
- Yin Paradies, Deakin University
- Tim Rowse, University of Western Sydney and Australian National University
- Lyndall Ryan, University of Newcastle
- Hsu Ming Teo, Macquarie University
Dr John Barrett (1931-1997) established this award by way of a bequest to La Trobe University in 1987. Dr John Barrett was a lecturer and reader at La Trobe University from 1969 until his retirement in 1990. His research specialisation was 20th century Australian history, particularly national involvement in the world wars. Dr Barrett was a member of the Journal of Australian Studies editorial board from 1979-1990.
The John Barrett Award for Australian Studies is awarded annually for the best written article published by the Journal of Australian Studies (JAS). The award is administered by the International Australian Studies Association.
Two prizes are awarded each year:
- the best article by a scholar (open)
- the best article by a scholar (post-graduate).
The award comprises a cash prize of AUD$500 plus a two year membership to InASA (including a subscription to the Journal of Australian Studies).
A prize committee established by the International Australian Studies Association (InASA) executive makes the award each year.
Subscriptions to JAS are $105 per year. Subscription comes as part of InASA membership. JAS subscribers receive other benefits such as discounts to conferences. Click here to download a membership form. JAS is published by Taylor and Francis.