New Book: The First World War, the Universities and the Professions in Australia, 1914-1939.

Kate Darian-Smith, James Waghorne Australia's extraordinary contribution to World War I extended well beyond its military forces to the expertise of its universities and professional men and women. Scientists and engineers oversaw the manufacture of munitions and the development of chemical weapons. Doctors sustained soldiers in the trenches, and treated the physically and psychologically damaged.... Continue Reading →

CFPs: Indo-Pacific Conference

As the United States’ titular position in the international system retreats, questions regarding the value of the post-World War II liberal order have surfaced. In this emerging multipolar world, two distinct constellations of power are forming. One camp is composed of states largely supportive of the current global governance structure; the other finds states wishing... Continue Reading →

CFPs: EASA Biennial Conference

Call for papers EASA (European Association for Studies of Australia) Biennial Conference Alter/Native Spaces 18-20th September 2019 Conference venue : Université de Toulon, France Recent events in Australia remind us that Australia is still caught in discourses on “nation”, “belonging” and “identity” in an environment that fails to produce new alternatives in this so called... Continue Reading →

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