Documentary film by Association member Martin Thomas

Over the past eight years, ANU historian Martin Thomas has been working on Etched in Bone, a feature-length documentary made in collaboration with Béatrice Bijon from ANU’s School of Literature, Languages and Linguistics.   The film examines the theft of Aboriginal human remains by the American-Australian Scientific Expedition to Arnhem Land in 1948, their removal... Continue Reading →

CFPs: Australian & New Zealand History of Education Society (ANZHES) Annual Conference

Outsiders and Insiders: Histories of educational access, success and failure individuals and groups experiencing educational institutions and practices the problem of hierarchies in educational institutions and practices the experience of Indigenous: Māori, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders making, reforming and overturning dominant ideologies, discourses and practices in education great, and not so great: leaders who... Continue Reading →

CFPs: ANZSANA 2019 Conference

CALL FOR PROPOSALS Australian and New Zealand Studies Association of North America 26th Annual Conference, 6-8 February, 2019 The University of Texas at Austin The year 2019 will be very special for ANZSANA as well as for our host institution, the Clark Center for Australian and New Zealand Studies of the University of Texas at... Continue Reading →

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 →

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