The Jo-Anne Duggan Prize 2019

To honour the creative, artistic and scholarly legacy of the late Jo-Anne Duggan, the Australasian Centre for Italian Studies (ACIS) announces the third round of the biennial prize for an original essay and a creative work with exegesis, open to early career researchers, higher degree or undergraduate students from an Australasian institution, on any topic relating... 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 →

CFPs: Australian & New Zealand History of Education Society (ANZHES) Annual Conference

Outsiders and Insiders: Histories of educational access, success and failure individuals and groups experiencing educational institutions and practices the problem of hierarchies in educational institutions and practices the experience of Indigenous: Māori, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders making, reforming and overturning dominant ideologies, discourses and practices in education great, and not so great: leaders who... Continue Reading →

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