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  • ISSN: 1321-8166 (Print), 2049-7792 (Online)
  • Editor: Dr Michael T. Davis Griffith University, Australia
  • Editorial board
Published in association with Griffith University Queensland Review is a multi-disciplinary journal of Australian Studies which focuses on the history, literature, culture, society, politics and environment of the state of Queensland. Queensland’s relations with Asia, the Pacific islands and Papua New Guinea are a particular focus of the journal, as are comparative studies with other regions. In addition to scholarly articles, Queensland Review publishes commentaries, interviews, and book reviews.

Queensland Review is the only refereed journal devoted to multi-disciplinary Queensland Studies, and provides a unique forum for new research on Queensland.

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