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Introduction

Ex Plus Ultra:  Postgraduate ejournal of the WUN International Network in Colonial and Postcolonial Studies

Ex Plus Ultra is a free, refereed ejournal of interdisciplinary postgraduate scholarship in the fields of colonial and postcolonial studies.

The ejournal was founded by an editorial collective of postgraduate students from the Department of History at the University of Sydney in 2008, in consultation with postgraduate students from the University of Leeds and the University of Bristol, with the support of the Worldwide Universities Network. The first issue appeared in September 2009.

In 2010, Ex Plus Ultra was handed over to a new postgraduate committee comprised of students from the School of English and the School of Fine Art, History of Art, and Cultural Studies at The University of Leeds, with the support of the Leeds Institute of Colonial and Postcolonial Studies.

In 2011, publication of the third edition of Ex Plus Ultra was passed over to an editorial committee based in the Department of History and the Department of Hispanic, Portuguese and Latin American Studies at the University of Bristol, and supported by Bristol's Centre for the Study of Colonial and Postcolonial Societies.

More information about submitting material for Ex Plus Ultra and our review process can be found here. Information on how to contact us can be found here.


Editorial Committee

2011-2012

Alastair Wilson (University of Bristol)
Margery Masterson (University of Bristol)
William Raybould (University of Bristol)

2010-2011

Lizzy Finn (University of Leeds)
Peter Kilroy (University of Leeds)
Maya Parmar (University of Leeds)

Founding Editorial Committee

2008-2009

Jemima Mowbray (University of Sydney)
Sophie Loy-Wilson (University of Sydney)
Briony Neilson (University of Sydney)
Alecia Simmonds (University of Sydney)
Elizabeth Todd (University of Sydney)


Consultant Committee

2011-2012

Jemima Mowbray (University of Sydney)
Briony Neilson (University of Sydney)

2010-2011

Margery Masterson (University of Bristol)
Alastair Wilson (University of Bristol)
Alan Ward (University of Leeds)
Agnes Wooley (University of Leeds)

2008-2009

Alastair Wilson (University of Bristol)
Will Jackson (University of Leeds)
Nalini Mohabir (University of Leeds)

ISSN: 1837-459X