International Journal of Heritage Studies
International Journal of Heritage Studies
Journal Title: International Journal of Heritage Studies
ISSN: 1352-7258
ISSN Online: 1470-3610
Publication Frequency: 10 issues per year
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Aim & Scope:

The International Journal of Heritage Studies ( IJHS ) is the interdisciplinary academic, refereed journal for scholars and practitioners with a common interest in heritage. The Journal encourages debate over the nature and meaning of heritage as well as its links to memory, identities and place.Articles may include issues emerging from Heritage Studies, Museum Studies, History, Tourism Studies, Sociology, Anthropology, Memory Studies, Cultural Geography, Law, Cultural Studies, and Interpretation and Design.

“The International Journal of Heritage Studies is the leading and cutting-edge international source for current research into the politics, cultures, management, and economics of heritage. It is compulsory reading for academics, practitioners and students across a range of disciplines including: heritage and museum studies; cultural geography; archaeology; history; and tourism.”
Professor Brian Graham, University of Ulster, UK Peer Review Statement

All research articles in this journal have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and anonymized refereeing by two referees.

Subjects Covered & Scope: Heritage Management & Conservation; Leisure Studies; Museum and Heritage Studies; Sport and Leisure Studies; Sports and Leisure; Supplementary material
Editor Board:
Professor Laurajane Smith  -  The Australian National University, Australia

Reviews Editor:
Professor Steve Watson - York St John's University, UK

Editorial Advisory Board:
Professor Marie Therese Albert - Brandenburg University of Technology, Germany
Professor Gregory Ashworth - Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands
Professor Tony Bennett - University of Western Sydney, Australia
Dr Denis Byrne - Department of Environment and Climate Change, New South Wales, Australia
Dr John Carman - University of Birmingham, UK
Professor Sidney Cheung - The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Dr Elizabeth Crooke - University of Ulster, UK
Professor David Crouch - University of Derby, UK
Dr Patrick Daly - National University of Singapore, Singapore
James Counts Early - Centre for Folklife and Cultural Heritage, Smithsonian Institute, USA
Professor Gary Edson - Museum of Texas Tech University, USA
Professor Robert Freestone - University of New South Wales, Australia
Professor Brian Goodey - Oxford Brookes University, UK
Professor Paul Gough - University of the West of England, UK
Dr Rodney Harrison - University College London, UK
Professor David Harvey - University of Exeter, UK
Professor Michael Herzfeld - Harvard University, USA
Professor Peter Howard - Bournemouth University, UK
Professor Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett - New York University, USA
Professor William Logan - Deakin University, Australia
Professor Sharon MacDonald - University of Manchester, UK
Dr Kylie Message - Australian National University, Australia
Dr Webber Ndoro - African World Heritage Fund, Johannesburg, South Africa
Andrew Newman - Newcastle University, UK
Professor Jorge Otero-Pailos - Colombia University, USA
Professor Paul Shackel - University of Maryland, USA
Professor Helaine Silverman - University of Illinois, USA
Dr Ahmed Skounti - Institut National de sciences de l'archéologie et du patrimoine (Rabat), Responsable de l'Antenne de Marrakech, Enseignant à l'Université de Marrakech, Morocco  
Dr Michelle Stefano - University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), USA
Dr James Symonds - University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Professor John Tunbridge - Carleton University, Canada
Dr Emma Waterton - University of Western Sydney, Australia    
Professor Steve Watson - York St. John University, UK
Professor Ola Wetterberg - University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Professor Andrew Wheatcroft - University of Stirling, Scotland
Dr Ross Wilson - University of  Chichester, UK
Professor Tim Winter - University of Western Sydney, Australia
Professor Andréa Witcomb - Deakin University, Australia
Professor Nigel Worden - University of Cape Town, South Africa
Professor Zongjie Wu - Zhejiang University, China

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