Journal History

IJAIS was founded in 1996 by Dr Adrian Gilbert as a foundational and unique contributor to matters Anglo-Indian. It was ahead of its time in being creating as an e-journal from the outset, and it remains seminal. Adrian Gilbert was the sole editor for the first six years in which two issues were produced each year from the contributions by specialist Anglo-Indian research scholars. Professor Lionel Lumb joined Adrian as a co-editor from 2003 until 2010 when Susan Dhavle became the editor. In 2013 Brent Howitt Otto and Dr Robyn Andrews came in as guest editors, before they took on full editorial responsibility. In 2014 they migrated the journal to its current site, reformatting in downloadable form and archiving all back issues of the journal.