We are now inviting contributions for the 2024 issue of the Turnbull Library Record.
The Turnbull Library Record is a journal in the humanities, published yearly by the Alexander Turnbull Library in association with the Friends of the Turnbull Library. It is the longest-running humanities journal in New Zealand. It publishes information relating to the activities of the library, as well as articles covering a wide range of research, with special emphasis on the societies and cultures of New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. Its purpose is to increase knowledge of the library’s collections by showing their scope and richness, and the ways researchers are using them.
Articles or pictorial essays should be between 2,000–6,000 words in length. Contributions that have not been previously published are welcome and, before acceptance, will be independently refereed. Articles should have a scholarly underpinning and be written in a lively and accessible manner for an informed but not specialist readership.
The Editorial Board reserves the right to decline to publish an article, whether solicited or unsolicited.
The deadline for submitting articles is Monday 11 December 2023. Publication is scheduled for August 2024.
For more information, to propose an idea or submit an article, please contact the Managing Editor, Michael Keith (firstname.lastname@example.org).