Publications

The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences is home to an exciting and diverse range of internationally respected journals.

 Journals

 Australasian Canadian Studies

Journal for Canadian Studies in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific region.

 About Performance

Department of Performance Studies journal.

 History Australia

History Australia, the official journal of the Australian Historical
Association publishes scholarly peer-reviewed articles, debates and reviews on all aspects of history. It is available both in print and online.

 JOSA

The Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia.

 Meditarch

The Australian and New Zealand Journal  for the Archaeology of the Mediterranean World.

 Oceania

Journals  and monographs on the anthropology and  archaeology of Australia, the Pacific and Southeast Asia.

 Philament

Online journal of the Arts and Culture.

 Sydney Studies in English

Published annually, this journal concentrates on criticism and scholarship in English literature, drama and cinema.

 Sydney Studies in Religion

An online journal series dedicated to the publication of critical research on religious issues.

 The Health Sociology Review

An international, scholarly peer-reviewed journal exploring the contribution of sociology and sociological research methods to understanding health and illness; to health policy, promotion and practice; and to equity, social justice, social policy and social work.

 Literature and Aesthetics

This journal of the Sydney Society of Literature Aesthetics reflects the vigour and creativity of contemporary Australian scholarly and artistic practice, and contains articles of interest from leading international scholars and researches in the arts and humanities.

 Ex Plus Ultra

Ex Plus Ultra is a free online journal of interdisciplinary postgraduate scholarship in the fields of colonial and postcolonial studies. It was founded by an editorial collective of postgraduate students from the Department of History at the University of Sydney in 2008, in consultation with postgraduate students from the University of Leeds and the University of Bristol and with the support of the Worldwide Universities Network.