Please note that the publication of Australasian Canadian Studies is on indefinite hiatus as of January 2021. The executive committee hopes to reopen the journal at some point in the future, and will update this page as appropriate. In the meantime, we are currently working to make all past issues available in digital form, under an open access model.
Australasian Canadian Studies – A Multi-disciplinary Journal
The Association for Canadian Studies in Australia and New Zealand’s scholarly journal – Australasian Canadian Studies – is a multi-disciplinary double blind refereed journal of the humanities and social sciences. The audience is worldwide.
For over two decades, Australasian Canadian Studies (formerly published as Australian Canadian Studies) has provided a forum for a diverse body of scholarship. Contributions from across the full range of humanities and social sciences are welcome. Both disciplinary and interdisciplinary analyses are sought and a wide range of methodologies encouraged.
Australasian Canadian Studies publishes articles (5,000–8,000 words), essays and discussion papers (1,000–4,000 words), and book reviews (1,000–2,000 words). The editor invites submissions on any topic in Canadian studies and the study of Canada, including comparisons between Canada and other countries.
Manuscripts should conform to Modern Language Association (MLA) style. The manuscript title and author’s name and address should appear on a separate cover sheet. To preserve anonymity during the refereeing process, the author’s identity should not be exposed in the text or notes.
Australasian Canadian Studies is provided to all members of ACSANZ. Back issues may be available on request. Annual subscriptions are also available for libraries and other institutions – enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.