Australian Aboriginal Studies


Current issue: 2013, Vol 2 (Next issue: June 2014)

Publisher: Aboriginal Studies Press

Frequency: Two issues per year, June and December

ISSN: 0729-4352

Aims and scope

Australian Aboriginal Studies (AAS) is an inter-disciplinary 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.

AAS acts as a forum for dialogue about the key themes in the disciplines involved with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research. It is networked to multiple universities and research centres and includes practical research with policy relevance.

Each issue contains several scholarly articles, accompanied by research reports, book reviews and news and information. All major articles are peer-reviewed and copy-edited for publication. Australian Aboriginal Studies is abstracted in the following databases: AIATSIS Indigenous Studies Bibliography, APAFT (including health and education subsets), Informit Indigenous collection, EBSCO history reference section and ProQuest.

Australian Aboriginal Studies is also comprehensively indexed with full text in the Informit Indigenous Collection, EBSCO History Reference Centre and ProQuest.

Subscriptions

Individuals, organisations and students can subscribe to AAS, with standing orders available for organisations.

Editorial board

The editorial board of Australian Aboriginal Studies includes eminent international and national scholars in a range of disciplines.

Submissions

To submit to the AAS, read our Information for contributors. For more detailed information about content or style, please contact sally.mcnicol@aiatsis.gov.au or call +61 02 6246 1164.

Permissions and archiving

For queries about copyright, archiving and reproduction permissions, please contact asp@aiatsis.gov.au.