Australian Humanities Review
Aust Humanit Rev
Published/Hosted by La Trobe University.
Australian Humanities Review provides a forum for open intellectual debate across humanities disciplines, about all aspects of social, cultural and political life, primarily (but not exclusively) with reference to Australia. It aims to present new and challenging debates in the humanities to both an academic and a non-academic readership, both within and outside of Australia. Australian Humanities Review welcomes contributions from scholars working in all disciplines of the humanities, including literary and film studies, cultural and media studies, gender studies, history, politics, philosophy, sociology and anthropology. Please note that we do not publish poetry or creative writing. All articles published in AHR are blind refereed by two academic reviewers, either by members of the editorial board, or by external referees where special expertise is required. Australian Humanities Review supports free speech and tries to avoid censorship. We are committed to the promotion of open intellectual debate in the context of high standards of scholarship. We regard such a practice as a basic means of expression – and thus a basic right – of diverse individuals and communities, and see our promotion of free speech as fundamental to the protection of intellectual and artistic expression.
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