Violence is a prominent feature of world politics, and has been the subject of sustained reflection in specific sub-fields within and beyond international studies literatures. Indeed, the range of scholarly discourses on ‘violence’ shows it to be both a multifaceted object of study and an appealing concept. Recent decades have witnessed a dramatic expansion... Continue Reading →
CALL FOR PAPERS AND WORKSHOP PANELS Australian & New Zealand Studies Association of North America 2015 Annual Conference Dallas, Texas 29-31 January In partnership with the John Goodwin Center for Political Studies at Southern Methodist University (SMU), ANZSANA will hold its annual conference in Dallas, Texas. ANZSANA is a multidisciplinary organization and welcomes papers on... Continue Reading →
Call for applications - Distinguished Visiting Chair 2015
*Call for Papers: American Association of Australasian Literary StudiesAnnual Conference* 9–11 April 2015 Texas Christian University, Forth Worth, Texas, USA The American Association of Australasian Literary Studies (AAALS) invites paper proposals for its 2015 Annual Conference, to be held in Forth Worth,Texas, 9–11 April 2015. Since there are direct flights available from manyEuropean cities into Dallas/Forth... Continue Reading →
CONFERENCE SCHEDULE (DRAFT) Click here to download the conference schedule. CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS Conference abstracts can be downloaded or viewed on this page. REGISTRATIONS Registrations for the conference are now open. Please download the registration form and send a completed copy to the InAsa secretary, Dr Carol Pybus. AIRPORT TO CITY/UNIVERSITY There are shuttle buses which pick... Continue Reading →
The second FASIC Australian Studies in China Conference, titled "The Big Picture: Lives, Landscapes, Homelands in Australian and Chinese Art" will be held at Renmin University (Beijing) on 11 -12 September, 2014. Details on the conference can be downloaded here: 2nd-FASIC-Australian-Studies-in-China-Conference-TheBigPicture-Sept2014.