Goodbye to Bruce Curtis and hello to Alice Mills!


Our co-editor Bruce Curtis is leaving New Zealand Sociology to become Senior Editor for Kotuitui.  Congratulations on this new role and thanks for all your hard work Bruce!


We are pleased that Dr Alice Mills, who teaches criminology at the University of Auckland, has agreed to take on the co-editor role.  She will be managing the relationships with journal aggregators, libraries and others who use and sell our journal.  Haere mai, Alice!

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New Zealand Sociology is an international journal that aims to promote research, thought and debate on issues relating to Aotearoa New Zealand and beyond. Our sociological vision is an expansive one. We welcome work that is theoretical, empirical, comparative, historical, policy-oriented and polemical. Scholarship by, or relating to, Māori and Pasikifa peoples, is strongly encouraged. International authors are welcome to submit if their articles are of clear relevance to New Zealand and New Zealanders. New Zealand Sociology is the official journal of the Sociological Association of Aotearoa (NZ).