Keith Cameron Chair in Australian History, University College Dublin announced

The School of History at University College Dublin is delighted to announce the appointment of Prof. Martin Thomas to the 2019 Keith Cameron Chair in Australian History. Martin is currently based at ANU where he specialises in Australian, Aboriginal and trans-national history. He has published in the areas of environmental history, landscape studies, cross-cultural encounter, expeditions and exploration,... Continue Reading →

Survey on book publishing process

Researchers at the University of Sydney are running a new project that aims to discover what are the current book publishing experiences, attitudes, behaviours and expectations among the academic staff in humanities, arts and social sciences (HASS) in Australia in order to improve scholarly publishing operations in Australia, their publishing strategy and the skills required from... Continue Reading →

‘Australia and the World’ Annual Lecture & Australian Studies Institute Launch

Event Details Tuesday 10 July 2018 5:00-5:30 ANU Australian Studies Institute launch hosted by ANU Vice-Chancellor Professor Brian Schmidt and Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Global Engagement) Professor Shirley Leitch 5:30-6:30 Inaugural 'Australia and the World' Annual Lecture presented by ANU Chancellor Professor the Hon Gareth Evans AC QC FASSA FAIIA 6:30-7:30 Reception Inaugural 'Australia and the World' Lecture About the... Continue Reading →

CFPs: ‘Queer Legacies, New Solidarities’ Conference

Call For Papers – ‘Queer Legacies, New Solidarities’ Conference A conference presented by Deakin Gender and Sexuality Studies, the Australian Women’s and Gender Studies Association & the Australian Lesbian and Gay Archives. Deakin University and State Library of Victoria, 22-24 November 2018 It has been over four decades since second-wave feminism and Gay Liberation. 2018... Continue Reading →

CFPs: Australian Ally Conference 2018

The successful carriage of marriage equality into Australian law in 2017 reflected a triumph for LGBTIQ+ inclusion. However, the recognition of marriage equality as a right is only part of the story as LGBTIQ+ people face ongoing and entrenched social, cultural, political, religious and economic discrimination and exclusion from being full participants in society. The... Continue Reading →

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