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History of Education Review Journal

History of Education Review JournalThe History of Education Review is the academic journal sponsored by ANZHES to publish research in the history of education and closely related fields.

All articles submitted to the journal are ‘blind’ refereed. The journal is highly regarded internationally in the field of the history of education and has recently been awarded an ‘A’ ranking.

History of Education Review is indexed and abstracted in:

  • ACER
  • APAIS
  • Australian Education Index
  • Exe Libris
  • Historical Abstracts
  • Scopus

Editors 2018-2022

Dr Tamson Pietsch
Senior Lecturer & Director, Australian Centre for Public History
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
University of Technology Sydney
NSW 2007 Australia​​
Tamson.Pietsch@uts.edu.au

Associate Professor Helen Proctor
Faculty of Education & Social Work
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006
Australia
helen.proctor@sydney.edu.au

Professor Julie McLeod
Pro Vice Chancellor
Melbourne Graduate School of Education
University of Melbourne
Parkville Victoria 3010
j.mcleod@unimelb.edu.au

Associate Editor
Dr Clarrisa Carden
Postdoctoral fellow
Griffith University
Brisbane, QLD
clarissa.carden@griffith.edu.au

Book Reviews Editor
Matilda Keynes
University of Technology Sydney
Sydney, NSW
Matilda.Keynes@student.uts.edu.au

Potential authors are urged to consult the publisher’s website for details regarding the submission process, manuscript instructions and referencing conventions. This website is located here.


Member access to the History of Education Review

All financial members of ANZHES are entitled to full access to the electronic version of the History of Education Review. Members will have been notified of their username and password, usually being confirmed with receipt for the payment of ANZHES membership. To access the journal, please use the link below, then enter your username and password in the login window. Contact Dr Clarissa Carden if there are any problems: clarissa.carden@griffith.edu…

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