The Journals are an essential aspect of the role and purpose of AJHS.
The original and scholarly content published is provided by a wide and knowledgeable cross-section of contributors. Articles cover a vast array of topics relating to the Jewish experience in Australia from literally the first day of British settlement through to contemporary times. Editing is to a high standard by academically qualified historians.
The Journal was first published by NSW in 1939 and Victoria followed suit in 1988. Today, the Sydney-produced Journals are published mid-year and the Melbourne-produced towards year's end.
Both Journals are sent in electronic form to all members worldwide with print editions optional.
Within the Journals' pages will be found a fascinating miscellanea of articles by both professional historians and lay enthusiasts alike.
Special thanks to Suzanne Rutland & Hilary Rubinstein.
The editors welcome articles and manuscripts dealing with any aspect of the history of the Jewish people in Australia. Authors seeking to publish in the Journal should view the Journal's style guide and how to submit.