We have just formed a partnership with Liverpool University Press, who will help us to maintain the quality of Labour History and enhance its profile, marketing and audience reach. This will secure the future of the journal for at least the next five years. All editorial arrangements will stay the same, and the cost of individual subscriptions will remain unchanged. One of the reasons we consider Liverpool University Press a suitable home for our journal is its longstanding commitment to the field of labour history. It already publishes a number of titles allied to our own, including Labour History Review, Theory & Struggle, and Historical Studies in Industrial Relations. You can read LUP’s announcement of this agreement here.
Individual subscribers to the journal will be contacted (by LUP) in the coming months to renew their subscriptions for 2019 (future subscriptions will be collected on a calendar year basis, rather than financial year as is currently the practice). If you are yet to renew for 2017/2018 we would be enormously grateful if you do this as soon as possible. Click here for more details.
By becoming a member of the Australian Society for the Study of Labour History, you are supporting an organisation that encourages teaching and research in the field of labour history, and seeks to make history a vital part of popular consciousness. You also gain the right to attend, and vote at, ASSLH’s Annual General Meeting. We encourage individuals to join via their regional branches where possible or through the head office. Organisations may be interested in becoming Affiliates. Further details can be found here.
The Australian Society for the Study of Labour History welcomes individual and organisational sponsorship. We need assistance to continue our work in promoting and producing labour history. All sponsors will be acknowledged on our website and provided with the full benefits of ASSLH membership. Contact email@example.com to discuss your sponsorship.