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Journal of Pacific History

Call for applications – JPH Publication Incentive grants

The Journal of Pacific History Inc. invites qualified persons to apply for a Publication Incentive grant. These competitive grants are offered to help support early career Pacific historians to prepare articles for submission to the Journal of Pacific History.

See https://www.tandfonline.com/loi/cjph for the journal’s Aims and scope, Journal information, and Instructions for authors. Applicants must follow the Instructions scrupulously in preparing their article.

Qualifications

Anyone who has completed a PhD or MA since 2016 in a field relevant to Pacific history, or who is currently enrolled for a doctorate in such a field, can apply for a grant of AU$3,000 to prepare an article for submission to peer review on a topic of relevance to the Journal of Pacific History.

Successful applicants will receive AU$500 upfront; AU$1,000 on submission through the Journal of Pacific History Taylor & Francis web portal, before 30 September 2023,of a manuscript accepted by the editors to send for peer review; and AU$1,500 when the accepted final article is sent for production by the Journal of Pacific History.

Application Process

Candidates should submit a recent CV, letters of support from two referees, and a proposal of up to 1,000 words by 30 November 2022 to the Secretary of JPH Inc ([email protected]).

Article proposals should include the following:

Title and 200-word abstract

Outline: rationale of the topic and a brief historiography

Timeline: to submission via the JPH online portal

Applications will be assessed by a sub-committee of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Pacific History. A mentor may be appointed to assist successful applicants.

Helen Gardner

Chair, JPH Inc.   

@RoutledgeHist
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