CfP: Journal of Samoan Studies Special Issue on Heritage in the Pacific

The Journal of Samoan Studies is calling for manuscripts to be included in a Special Volume that will highlight the issues and challenges facing the conservation of tangible and intangible heritage in the Pacific. Manuscripts to be considered for publication in JSS are invited to address one or more of the following themes:

·  1.     Major challenges for the conservation of tangible or/or intangible heritage in the Pacific, whether environmental, economic, development or policy driven;

·  2.     Community engagement with the past and its role in the conservation of tangible and/or intangible heritage;

·  3.     Policy or legislative issues challenging the conservation of tangible and/or intangible heritage;

·  4.     Balancing traditional custom and global heritage conservation practices.

Manuscripts should be between 5000 to 6000 words and comply with the Journal of Samoan Studies Style Guide (2015), which can be downloaded from

Closing date for manuscript submission is Friday 17th June, 2016. Please email your manuscripts to Lori Sciusco at

Lucas Lixinski