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London Journal of Canadian Studies

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Edited by Tony McCulloch | Published Annually

Format: Open Access journal 

ISSN: 2397-0928

Publishes: Annually

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About the journal

The London Journal of Canadian Studies is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed, open access journal specialising in Canadian history, politics, culture and society and has been published annually since 1984. Many leading UK Canadianists based at the University of London and UCL have been associated with it during its 30-year history. It is one of only two journals in the UK devoted to Canadian Studies, the other being the BJCS (British Journal of Canadian Studies, Liverpool University Press).

Each volume of the LJCS is officially published in November (although articles may appear on-line before then). Volumes of the LJCS are all themed issues, with each volume consisting of at least five refereed articles addressing a topic of interest to Canadians, Canadianists and anyone with a general interest in Canada.

UCL Press journals do not at this time currently charge an Article-Processing Charge (APC). Authors of accepted papers will not be requested or required to make an APC payment before publication of their article.

About the editor

The current editor of the LJCS is Tony McCulloch, Senior Fellow in North American Studies at the UCL Institute of the Americas and President of the British Association for Canadian Studies. For further details see http://www.ucl.ac.uk/americas/people/academic-staff/tony-mcculloch

Volumes of the LJCS can also be guest-edited by senior academics at universities in Britain, Canada and beyond and the Editorial Board is always pleased to receive suggestions for future themed issues. Guidelines for submitting a proposal for a themed issue of the LJCS, together with the LJCS style guide, refereeing policy, etc can be obtained from the Editor - tony.mcculloch@ucl.ac.uk

Table of Contents

Volume 31
Volume 30
Volume 29