“Cultures of Reading Masterclass”

6 July 2016

  The Centre for Colonialism and its Aftermath presents   “Cultures of Reading Masterclass”   for Research Higher Degree Students with   Dr Danielle Fuller (University of Birmingham) Dr Robert Clarke (University of Tasmania) Dr Maggie Nolan (Australian Catholic University)   Wed 31 August, 2016, 10 am – 3 pm […]

Research opportunities in Germany: The Research Training Group Minor Cosmopolitanisms

29 April 2016

The Research Training Group Minor Cosmopolitanisms (Graduiertenkolleg GRK 2130), funded by the German Research Council (DFG) from resources provided by the Federal Government and the Federal States of Germany, and conducted jointly by Universität Potsdam, Freie Universität Berlin and Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, announces 1 position starting on October 1st, 2016: Academic Staff […]

Menzies Centre for Australian Studies Events: 2016-17

21 April 2016

Screening Australia: Australian CULTURE and Screen Media in Context CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: SEMINAR SERIES Australian culture and screen media (including internet output, gaming, film, television, video and other screen arts) might be said to occupy a somewhat anomalous position on the world stage: at once successful and internationally recognised, and […]

New book by InASA Executive member

20 April 2016

In 2006, Dr Kiera Lindsey discovered a faded newspaper clipping describing the moment her great, great, great-aunt, Mary Ann Gill, sobbed bitterly in the witness box of Sydney’s Supreme Court. She was being forced by her furious father to give evidence against the man she hoped to marry. This tantalising […]

International Symposium on Citizenship in a Transnational Perspective University of Alberta: July 6-7 2016

20 April 2016

This symposium brings together leading scholars from Australia, Canada and New Zealand to explore citizenship in a transnational perspective though the two overarching themes of ethnicity and indignity. It will adopt a multidisciplinary approach to these themes, specifically historical, political, legal and sociological perspectives.   REGISTER ON EVENTBRITE at BIT.LY/1LDCIEK […]

(Re)Examining Historical Childhoods: Literary, Cultural, Social An Australasian Society for the History of Children and Youth Symposium

22 March 2016

December 12-13, 2016 Melbourne, Australia Deakin University     In this inaugural Australasian Society for the History of Children and Youth symposium, we are keenly interested in bringing together scholars of the history of children and childhood to consider new perspectives, new methodologies, and new cross- disciplinary frameworks that will […]

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