Australian Aboriginal Studies (AAS) Journal 2021 (Issue 1 and 2) - Print

Australian Aboriginal Studies (AAS) Journal 2021 (Issue 1 and 2)

Journal of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies

Editor: Dr Lisa Strelein (Issue 1)

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Australian Aboriginal Studies Journal (AASJ) is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal promoting high-quality research in Australian Indigenous studies, with a focus on the humanities read more

Australian Aboriginal Studies Journal (AASJ) is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal promoting high-quality research in Australian Indigenous studies, with a focus on the humanities and social sciences. It is published for a wide audience in both print and digital form, and visual content is encouraged.

The journal is released twice each year. Both available in digital and hard copy format.

Print:

Purchase the 'Print' journal and receive hard copies of issues 1 and 2 of the AAS Journal.  

Individuals, organisations and students can subscribe to Australian Aboriginal Studies. Standing orders are available for organisations. 

Please contact ASP to enquire about digital access to journal issues prior to 2018. 

Production Details

Issue 1

  • paperback
  • 246mm x 189mm (paperback)
  • 78pp
  • Released October 2021
  • ISBN (to be advised when released)

Issue 2

  • paperback
  • 246mm x 189mm (paperback)
  • pp (to be advised when released)
  • Released TBC 2021
  • ISBN (to be advised when released)
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Content

Issue 1

Major Articles

Data for action: The Family and Community Safety for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples (FaCtS) Study

Aboriginal Redfern then and now: between the symbolic and the real

‘Pride of Yarrabah’: Yarrabah’s annual sports days as historical Aboriginal spaces

Archiving First Nations media: the race to save community media and cultural collections

Book reviews

Robert Malcolm Ward Dixon
Australia’s original languages: an introduction
(Reviewed by Alan Rumsey)

Samia Khatun
Australianama: the South Asian odyssey in Australia
(Reviewed by Tandee Wang)

 

Issue 2

Content TBC 

About The Author

The ASS Journal comprises of many contributing authors. For more information on contributors, please refer to the content section above.

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