Call for Book Manuscripts, and call for papers for Fijian Studies: general issues, and special issues on Public Enterprises, Employment & Industrial Relations, and Female Fijian Leaders.
Fijian Studies invites scholarly papers and reviews on any subject, and from any disciplinary perspective or from interdisciplinary perspectives as well as those of a theoretical nature, provided they have relevance with contemporary Fijian issues. All articles published in the journal will be refereed. The journal invites contributions to the Dialogue/Talanoa section, which is devoted to debates, commentaries, interviews with scholars, public figures and policy makers on issues relevant to contemporary Fiji. Reviews of books, conference proceedings, workshops, documentaries and other audiovisual material which deal with some aspect of Fiji are also welcomed. The journal does not charge any money for submissions.
Special Issues: Fijian Studies devotes entire issues to special topics. Proposals are invited from researchers on dedicating issues to such special topics.
Other Special Issues: papers are also invited for special issues on:
(a) Employment & Industrial Relations;
Please send book proposals to: email@example.com with copy to: firstname.lastname@example.org