An Editorial Board has been established for the Griffith Review, to provide peer review of those essays submitted for inclusion in the journal by academics who need such endorsement of their work for Australian Research Council and other academic purposes. The Board comprises a group of standing members and an expert panel.
The expert panel supplements the core Board membership for the review of articles related to the panel member’s field of expertise, in such specialist areas as history, political science, law, anthropology, sociology, international relations, environment and other areas as required.
Membership of the Editorial Board currently includes:
Professor Julianne Schultz, Griffith Review Editor
Professor Marilyn McMeniman
John Curtin Distinguished Professor Anna Haebich, Curtin University and Adjunct Professor, Griffith University
Expert Panel Members
Professor AJ Brown, Griffith University
Professor Ann Curthoys, University of Sydney
Professor Glynn Davis, Vice Chancellor, University of Melbourne
Hon Dr Geoff Gallop, University of Sydney
Emeritus Professor John Hay, University of Queensland
Professor Ian Howard, College of Fine Arts, University of NSW
Professor Marcia Langton, University of Melbourne
Emeritus Professor Ian Lowe, Griffith University
Professor Peter Spearritt, University of Queensland
Senior Research Fellow Peter Sutton, University of Adelaide & South Australian Museum
Dr Norman Swan, ABC Science Unit
Professor Michael Wesley, ANU
Professor Pat Hoffie, Griffith University
This list will be supplemented by other specialist area experts, as required.
An output in Griffith Review may be either a B1 Book Chapter or a C1 Journal Article, however:
For an output to be considered as a B1 Book Chapter, the output must meet all the HERDC criteria for a Book Chapter but unfortunately the Department changed the 2012 Specifications and if a Book or Book Chapter only has an online version, then it cannot be included in HERDC;
For an output to be considered as a C1 Journal article, the output must meet all the specific criteria for a Journal article including the criteria that it has to be peer-reviewed.
HERDC’s ‘research’ definition states that outputs need to demonstrate ‘substantial scholarly activity … in a format which allows a reader to trace sources of the work, including through citations and footnotes’.
Potential contributors seeking peer review are asked to email Griffith Review at email@example.com to request it at the time of submission of their article. In order to meet publishing deadlines, any request for a peer review should be submitted four months prior to the scheduled publication date.