6-9 July 2016, UNSW Canberra and the National Library of Australia ABSTRACTS DUE by Friday 26 February WEBSITE NOW LIVE HERE: Capital-Empire-Print-Dissent will seek to articulate the ways in which the institutions of government, the arts, the universities and the heritage sectors have forged what we now call ‘Australian’ literature; and the relationship between, on... Continue Reading →

Australian Literary Studies Online

Australian Literary Studies new website has gone online. For the first time our entire archive of more than 1000 essays is available online. The website is: It includes essays of literary scholarship (on Australian and international topics) from 1963 to the present. New essays are open access for 4-6 weeks. Access to the archive... Continue Reading →

The indigenous map: native information, ethnographic object, artefact of encounter

AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award   Applications are invited for a fully-funded PhD studentship on indigenous maps within the collections of the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG).   This award is made by the Science Museums & Archives Consortium under the AHRC’s Collaborative Doctoral Partnership scheme. The project, due to begin in September 2016, will be supervised by... Continue Reading →

International Conference North America and Oceania: issues in relations between two changing cultural and political areas

Date: November 24 to 26, 2016. Location : University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (UVSQ), Guyancourt (South of Paris), France. Proposals for papers, panels or round tables should be sent to Adrien Rodd ( and Sophie Croisy ( before May 31st, 2016.   This international conference aims to reflect on the characteristics and complexity of current relations between the... Continue Reading →

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