The School produces academic journals in various fields and its academic staff also edit numerous journals.
Ancient Near Eastern Studies
Ancient Near Eastern Studies (formerly Abr-Nahrain) is a refereed journal and supplement series devoted to the archaeology, texts and languages of the ancient near east. It has been associated with what is now the Classics and Archaeology program at the University of Melbourne since 1959, when it was established by John Bowman, professor of Semitic studies. The publication of Ancient Near Eastern Studies is made possible by a generous subsidy from the Maurice Goldman Trust and the support of long-time publishers Peeters, Leuven. More information...
Editor: Andrew Jamieson
Australian Historical Studies
Australian Historical Studies is the oldest historical journal in Australia. It was first published in 1940 in the Department of History at The University of Melbourne. The journal deals with all aspects of the Australian past in all its forms - heritage and conservation, archaeology, visual display in museums and galleries, oral history, family history and histories of place. A fully refereed journal, it covers political social and cultural history, labour and feminist history, as well as other specialisations such as immigration, urban, military, and sport history. More information...
The journal of the Classical Association of Victoria. The new series of the journal was founded in 1988. The journal Editor is Mr John L. Penwill of La Trobe University, Bendigo. The Assistant Editor is Dr Heather M. Jackson, ARC Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Melbourne. The Honorary Secretary is Dr K.O. Chong-Gossard, Lecturer at the University of Melbourne. Iris is published with the support of the Muriel P. Blackwood Memorial Fund. Iris is a refereed publication. More information...
Editor: John L. Penwill
Melbourne Historical Journal
Published since 1961, Melbourne Historical Journal is a refereed journal for the publication of Australian and Aotearoa New Zealand graduate work in history. It does not discriminate against fields and types of history, is open to new approaches, and aims to present original graduate work to a wide and responsive readership. More information... Sophia: International Journal of Philosophy and Traditions
Since its founding in 1962, the journal Sophia has provided a forum for discussions in philosophy and religion, focusing on the interstices between metaphysics and theological thinking. The discussions encompass the wider ambience of the sciences ('natural' philosophy and human/social sciences), ethical and moral concerns in the public sphere, critical feminist theology and cross-cultural perspectives. Sophia's cross-cultural and cross-frontier approach is reflected not only in the international composition of its editorial board, but also in its consideration of analytic, continental, Asian and indigenous responses to issues and developments in the field of philosophy of religion. More information...
All issues back to Volume 1:1. are available from SpringerLink.com: Sophia: International Journal of Philosophy and Traditions.
The Bulletin of the Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Materials
The AICCM Bulletin is a hard copy and online peer reviewed journal produced by the Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Materials (AICCM) since 1975 and is now published by Taylors & Francis. The journal has an interdisciplinary focus. It disseminates new information gathered about the materiality, nature, condition, deterioration and treatment of cultural collections within Australia and the Asia-Pacific region and promotes interdisciplinary research activity in cultural materials conservation. More information...
Editor: email Nicole Tse
The Melbourne Journal of Technical Studies in Art
Produced by The Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation, the Journal publishes first generation research in technical and conservation studies in Australia. The aim of the Journal is to present material that does not fit readily into other publications. More information...