Australian Historical Association awards and prizes 2017-18

14 September 2017

The Australian Historical Association offers four biennial and two annual prizes, which range from awards for postgraduates and support for early career research projects through to a biography award and first book award.   BIENNIAL PRIZES MAGAREY MEDAL FOR BIOGRAPHY This biennial prize is kindly donated by Professor Emerita Susan […]

Public Lecture: 2017 Returning Harvard Chair in Australian Studies

7 September 2017

Indigenous sovereignty: Activism and the imagination 2017 Returning Harvard Chair in Australian Studies Lecture, Professor Philip Mead FAHA The recent ‘Uluru Statement from the Heart’ (May, 2017), and the Final Report of the Referendum Council (June, 2017) are significant expressions of a rapidly evolving discourse on sovereignty in Australia. Alexis […]

CFP: Language in Times of War and Conflict

14 August 2017

CALL FOR PAPERS Language in Times of War and Conflict An Interdisciplinary Symposium to be held at the Australian National University, 13-14 November 2017 This interdisciplinary symposium aims to bring together scholars and researchers working on diverse aspects of the topic of language in times of war and conflict. Language […]

The John Barrett Award for Australian Studies

9 August 2017

The John Barrett Award for Australian Studies InASA and Journal of Australian Studies are very pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 Barrett Prize. Background Dr John Barrett (1931-1997) established this award by way of a bequest to La Trobe University in 1987. Dr John Barrett was a lecturer […]

Tokyo Chair of Australian Studies

7 August 2017

Visiting Professor of Australian Studies 2018-19 AND/OR 2019-20 Centre for Pacific and American Studies Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, University of Tokyo Position: Visiting Professor Open to: Australian citizens and permanent residents Location: Centre for Pacific and American Studies, University of Tokyo, Komaba Campus Salary: Starting Salary ¥600,000 per […]

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