Reimagining Australia, Part 1 & 2

Reimagining Australia, Part 1 & 2. Guest Editors:  Baden Offord, Thor Kerr, Rob Garbutt, Yirga Gelaw Woldeyes, Elfie Shiosaki, Misty Farquhar and Dean Chan This special double issue of Coolabah, numbers 24 & 25, was developed from selected presentations at Reimagining Australia: Encounter, Recognition, Responsibility, the International Australian Studies Association (InASA) Conference 2016, hosted by the Centre for Human... Continue Reading →

Peter Lang series in Australian Studies

InASA is pleased to announce the publication of the first book in the new series Australian Studies: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. This interdisciplinary book series showcases dynamic, innovative research on contemporary and historical Australian culture. It aims to foster interventions in established debates on Australia as well as opening up new areas of enquiry that reflect the... Continue Reading →

InASA Biennial Conference 2018: CFPs

UNSETTLING AUSTRALIA The biennial conference of the International Australian Studies Association will be hosted 3-5 December 2018 by the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities at the University of Queensland in Brisbane. Australia, the oldest continental landmass on Earth, has had a relatively stable geographical history and, situated in the middle of a tectonic plate,... Continue Reading →

The John Barrett Award for Australian Studies

The John Barrett Award for Australian Studies InASA and Journal of Australian Studies are very pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 Barrett Prize. Background Dr John Barrett (1931-1997) established this award by way of a bequest to La Trobe University in 1987. Dr John Barrett was a lecturer and reader at La Trobe... Continue Reading →

New Publication: Travelling Home, ‘Walkabout Magazine’ and Mid-Twentieth-Century Australia

Anthem Press is pleased to announce the new title Travelling Home, 'Walkabout Magazine' and Mid-Twentieth-Century Australia by Mitchel Rolls and Anna Johnston. An information sheet for this book can be found here. Travelling Home provides a detailed analysis of the contribution that the mid twentieth-century 'Walkabout' magazine made to Australia’s cultural history.  Spanning five central decades of... Continue Reading →

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