Women and Welfare in Colonial Victoria On Wednesday 8 March 2017, the Public Record Office of Victoria, in conjunction with the Victorian Australian Women’s Archive Project Committee, will host a panel discussion on examining women and welfare in Victoria. Time: 1.0-2.15pm on 8 March 2017 Place: Conference room, PROV 99 Shiel Street, North Melbourne ... Continue Reading →
UNSW Canberra, 13-14 July 2017 Fighting is a military’s core business, but it is far from its only activity. Militaries are often huge employers, control vast tracts of public land, and can operate at the forefront of social change. They have formed the basis of colonial rule, governed and punished conquered people, and played a... Continue Reading →
Dear Australian studies colleagues, JEASA - The Journal of the European Association for Studies of Australia invites you to submit original articles for the new issue in 2017. This issue has no specific theme so we welcome articles presenting any topic that falls within Australian studies, including History, Literature, Culture, Film Studies, Cultural... Continue Reading →
Dear all Please find attached the annual report of the InASA President Dr Mitchell Rolls for 2016: president%27s%20report%209%20december%202016.
Dear InASA Members Please find attached the documents required for the forthcoming 2016 AGM: AGM AGENDA-9-december-2016 inasa-agm-minutes-8-dec-2015
Jo-Anne Duggan (1962-2011) was a great artist and a great friend of the Australasian Centre for Italian Studies (ACIS). Her artistic practice left what is arguably the richest and most compelling recent collection of photographs by an Australian artist to engage with Italian culture, history and art. Her work demonstrates not only artistic rigour and... Continue Reading →