Professor David Walker, BHP Billiton Chair of Australian Studies, Peking University

29 November 2012

Congratulations to InASA Executive member, Professor David Walker, who is the inaugural BHP Billiton Chair of Australian Studies at Peking University. In this capacity, Professor Walker will increase the profile of studies of Australian society, history and culture in China. In addition, he will provide academic leadership to a network of more […]

Distinguished Visiting Chair of Australian Studies, University of Copenhagen, 2013

4 October 2012

The Centre for Australian Studies at the University of Copenhagen invites applications for a Visiting Professorship in 2013. The Distinguished Visiting Chair in Australian Studies was founded in 2006, with the generous financial assistance of the Australian Government Department of Education, Employment, and Workplace Relations (DEEWR). The appointment is for […]

BHP Billiton Chair of Australian Studies: Peking University

7 May 2012

FOUNDATION FOR AUSTRALIAN STUDIES IN CHINA BHP BILLITON CHAIR OF AUSTRALIAN STUDIES, PEKING UNIVERSITY The Australia-China Council is proud to support the establishment of the Foundation for Australian Studies in China (FASIC). The Foundation is an independent non-profit foundation in Australia established to support Australian Studies Centres located across China and […]

Fellowship: Museum of Australian Democracy

19 March 2012

The Australian Prime Ministers Centre is calling for applications to its Fellowships at the Museum of Australian Democracy, for work in 2012-13. The Museum awards a small number of fellowships each year for projects relevant to the history, origins and traditions of Australian democracy, including those with a focus on […]

CFP Travel Ideas: Engaging with Spaces of Mobility

19 March 2012

Travel Ideals: Engaging with Spaces of Mobility Location: The University of Melbourne Dates: 18-20 July 2012 Abstracts deadline: 30 April 2012 Keynote Speakers: Professor Mary Louise Pratt, Silver Professor, New York University Professor Renato Rosaldo, Lucie Stern Professor in the Social Sciences, New York University Professor Charles Forsdick, James Barrow […]

ABR Copyright Agency Fellowship

19 March 2012

Australian Book Review seeks applications for the ABR Copyright Agency Fellowship. The ABR is seeking a substantial non-fiction article with an Asian focus – either a profile of a major Asian literary/cultural figure or a discursive essay with Asian literary/cultural themes. The Fellowship is worth $5,000. Any Australian writer with a significant publication record […]

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