Humanities Research is an internationally peer-reviewed journal published by the Research School of Humanities & the Arts (RSHA) at The Australian National University. The RSHA came into existence on 1 January 2010 and brings together the following schools and centres: School of Archaeology & Anthropology, School of Art, School of Literature, Languages & Linguistics, School of Music, Australian National Dictionary Centre, ANU Centre for European Studies, Digital Humanities Hub, Freilich Foundation, Humanities Research Centre, Institute for Professional Practice in Heritage & the Arts, and the Rock Art Research Centre.
Humanities Research was first published in 1997 by the Humanities Research Centre and in 2005 was transformed into an electronic journal published by ANU E-Press. Issues are thematic with guest editors and address important and timely topics across all branches of the humanities.
Humanities Research is available for free download via ANU E-Press. Hard copies may also be purchased via their website.
Issues (since 2009)
- William Christie and Kate Flaherty (Eds.) "Humanities Research - Shakespeare and the Public." Cogent Arts & Humanities [Online] (2016).
- Stephen Wild, Aaron Corn and Ruth Martin (Eds.) "One Common Thread: The Musical World of Lament." Humanities Research 19.3 (2013).
- Michelle Antoinette, Zara Stanhope and Caroline Turner (Eds.) "The World and World-Making in Art." Humanities Research 19.2 (2013).
- Jonathan Hearn and Christian Wicke (Eds.) "Nationalism and Biography: European Perspectives." Humanities Research 19.1 (2013).
- Pip Deveson and Natasha Fijn (Eds.) "Perspectives on Ethnographic Film." Humanities Research 18.1 (2012).
- Ursula Frederick and Lisa Stefanoff (Eds.) "Cruising Country: Automobilities in Non-Urban Australia." Humanities Research 17.2 (2011).
- Guy Emerson and John Minns (Eds.) "Latin America: Building and Rebuilding the Nation." Humanities Research 17.1 (2011).
- Stefan Markowski and Jan Pakulski (Eds.) "The Solidarity Decade 1980-1989: An Australian Perspective." Humanities Research 16.3 (2010).
- Ned Curthoys (Ed.) "Key Thinkers and Their Contemporary Legacy." Humanities Research 16.2 (2010).
- Monique Rooney and Carolyn Strange (Eds.) "Passing, Imitations, Crossings." Humanities Research 16.1 (2010).
- Rosanne Kennedy, Lynne Bell and Julia Emberley (Eds.) "Decolonising Testimony: On the Possibilities and Limits of Witnessing." Humanities Research 15.3 (2009).
- Kylie Message, Anna Edmundson and Ursula Frederick (eds), "Compelling Cultures: Representing Cultural Diversity and Cohesion in Multicultural Australia." Humanities Research 15.2 (2009).
- Adam Berryman and Kate Mitchell (Eds.) "Diversity, Integration and Citizenship." Humanities Research 15.1 (2009).