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Fijian Studies: a Journal of Contemporary Fiji
Fijian Studies: A Journal of Contemporary Fiji is the journal of The Fiji Institute of Applied Studies. The bi-annual journal is published in May and November. The journal aims to publish scholarly articles and reviews on Fiji. Contributions will be welcome on any subject, and from disciplinary as well as interdisciplinary perspectives as well as those of a theoretical nature, provided they deal with contemporary Fijian issues in the broad field of humanities and the social sciences. All articles published in the journal will be refereed.
Fijian Studies also has a Dialogue/Talanoa section devoted to debates, commentaries and interviews with scholars, public figures and policy makers on issues relevant to contemporary Fiji. The intention is to foster an informed discussion and dialogue on sensitive or controversial issues from a wide range of people and perspectives.
The reviews section features reviews of books, conference proceedings, workshops, documentaries and other audiovisual material which deal with some aspect of Fijian history, culture, society and economy.