Mahika Kai Journal is an open access journal that publishes multidisciplinary peer-reviewed articles that critically analyse, address and record indigenous mahika kai narratives including traditional and contemporary food practices, science and innovation, as well as whenua (land, sea and fresh water) and te taiao (environment, sustainability, productive landscapes). Mahika Kai Journal publishes two issues per year, the first in April and the second in November. Mahika Kai Journal is only published online. We aim to publish articles that substantively engage with both intellectual, innovative and applied indigenous narratives.
We acknowledge and respect First Nations people across Oceania as the custodians of the land and waters in which we live, and their deep spiritual connections and care for Island, Whenua and Country. We are deeply committed to fostering relationships among First Nations people and aim to provide a means for self-determined ways of sharing their perspectives, should they wish to do so in Landscape Review.
Lincoln Planning Review welcomes submissions on a wide range of topics related to planning, in its broadest sense.
In particular, this journal aims to bridge the gap between theory and practice and to nurture student and professional development.
Lincoln Planning Review actively seeks to develop the discourse on planning and resource management in a cross-cultural context.