Victorian Historical Journal

 

86 (1) June 2015

The Victorian Historical Journal, first published as the Victorian Historical Magazine in 1911, is the official journal of record and scholarly publication of the Royal Historical Society of Victoria. It is the second oldest history journal in Australia, containing a vast collaborative history of Victoria with hundreds of individual contributors and topics. It is also a primary source and research tool for researchers and is focused on Victorian History and Australian History as it illuminates Victorian History.

It is a refereed journal with outstanding contributions by academic and non-academic historians. Its editors drawn from the community of scholars of Victorian and Australia History, are committed to acting with independence, promptness and integrity. The Journal now publishes Historical Notes as well – reviewed by the editors, not external reviewers, to illuminate particular historical episodes. The Journal is overseen by an Editorial Board. The board of the Victorian Historical Journal encourages authors to contribute articles – see  Contributor guidelines 2019.

Back issues of the Victorian Historical Journal are found on the State Library of Victoria’s website and through INFORMIT and the Web of Science.  You can search the Victorian Historical Journal Indexes online via the RHSV catalogue. The Victorian Historical Journal is published twice yearly and is available from the Society for $15.00 each issue (plus $5.00 postage & handling).  Back issues of the Victorian Historical Journal are also available for purchase. Email office@historyvictoria.org.au for details.

For more on the Victorian Historical Journal’s policy on reviewing and ethics

Search the Victorian Historical Journal online

You can  search the Victorian Historical Journal Indexes online via the RHSV catalogue.

Following a successful Victoria 175 grant, early editions of the Victorian Historical Journal from 1911 to 2011 have been digitised and can be accessed online on the State Library of Victoria’s website. The digital version of the journal available on the State Library of Victoria website, will be progressively released to maintain a three-year lag time behind the hard copy version.
Print copies of the journal and its index are available in the RHSV Library.

EDITORIAL BOARD: Victorian Historical Journal

Chair of the Board

Members of the Board

  • Emeritus Professor Richard Broome, FAHA, FRHSV, Department of Archaeology and History, La Trobe University and President of the Royal Historical Society of Victoria. Co- editor Victorian Historical Journal https://scholars.latrobe.edu.au/display/rlbroome
  • Associate Professor Kat Ellinghaus, Department of Archaeology and History, La Trobe University

https://scholars.latrobe.edu.au/display/kellinghaus

  • Professor Andrew May, Department of Historical and Philosophical Studies, University of Melbourne

https://www.findanexpert.unimelb.edu.au/display/person13351