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 →

Curtin University PhD project and scholarship in creative writing/literary studies

Curtin University PhD project and scholarship in creative writing/literary studies Into the New World: Diaspora in Australian and Scottish Writing As part of Curtin’s collaboration with the University of Aberdeen in Scotland, a PhD project with scholarship is available for 2019 start. Students undertaking a collaborative PhD under the alliance are offered a seamless international... Continue Reading →

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 →

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