The MHJ is calling for papers for its latest edition: “(Dis)junctures” Volume 48 (2021) In 2020, we have become more acutely aware of the suddenness and rapidity of the breaks, challenges, tensions, losses and, in some instances, opportunities which change presents. In many cases, our personal experiences of COVID-19 have influenced how we work and… Read more »
After some issues, we’re back up! The newest edition of the journal will be published shortly – watch this space.
The second volume in the Melbourne Historical Journal Research Series… A World Enchanted: Magic and the Margins edited by Julie Davies and Michael Pickering Essays in Honour of Charles Zika This collection of essays by students, past and present, from the University of Melbourne celebrates the life and scholarly work of Professor Charles Zika. It commemorates… Read more »
The first volume in the Melbourne Historical Journal Research Series… Written Into History: Celebrating Fifty Years of the Melbourne Historical Journal 1961-2011 “A bold ambition, wonderfully achieved… Written into History is both a compendium of historical writings and historical sources, and a very fine history in its own right” Alistair Thomson (author of Moving Stories, and Anzac Memories) Immerse… Read more »