Conference CFP: Beyond Combat: History and the military’s other tasks

21 February 2017

UNSW Canberra, 13-14 July 2017 Fighting is a military’s core business, but it is far from its only activity. Militaries are often huge employers, control vast tracts of public land, and can operate at the forefront of social change. They have formed the basis of colonial rule, governed and punished […]

Conference CFP – Redefining Australia and New Zealand: Historical Heritage and Contemporary Perspectives

7 February 2017

Institute of English, University of Opole and Faculty of English, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań are pleased to announce the interdisciplinary international conference: Redefining Australia and New Zealand: Historical Heritage and Contemporary Perspectives in Language, Culture and Literature  24-25 November 2017; Opole, Poland The conference will provide an ideal venue […]

CFP: Detecting common ground – environmental crime fiction in Australia

7 February 2017

The crime novel has proven to be fertile ground for the critical treatment of all sorts of social issues (ref). Covering the grey, liminal area between the legal and illegal, the socially and morally acceptable and unacceptable, the genre has proven an apt tool to question uneven socio-political realities and […]

2 Fellowship opportunities from Fryer Library at The University of Queensland

7 February 2017

The Fryer Library at the University of Queensland is currently offering 2 Fellowship opportunities that may be of interest to InASA members: The Fryer Library Fellowship and The Rae and George Hammer Memorial Research Visiting Fellowship The Fryer Library Fellowship aims to: Support research into Australian historical and literary studies utilising the […]

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