CFP: New Zealand Studies Association

Regional Identities & Coastal Communities of the Pacific The 24th annual conference of the New Zealand Studies Association (NZSA), together with the University of Aveiro Aveiro, Portugal, 27-30 June 2018 A 4-day international conference, with coach excursion, wine tasting and conference dinner. The conference venue is the University of Aveiro, the ‘Portuguese Venice’ and close... Continue Reading →

Journal of the European Association for Studies of Australia: CFP special issue

Call for Submissions: JEASA - Journal of the European Association for Studies of Australia Guest-edited Issue 1 / 2018: The Tides of Distant Isles: Transnational &Transcultural Readings of Contemporary Australian Poetry The issue, guest-edited by Dr. Matthew Hall (Deakin University, Australia), will comprise of interviews, select poems, and a series of articles on recent Australian... 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 →

Australian Lives – an online oral history resource for Australian history teaching

Australian Lives - an online oral history resource for Australian history teaching In this video, Alistair Thomson (Professor of History, Monash University) introduces an extraordinary new resource for school and university teaching in Australian history and Australian studies. The Australian Lives ebook curates access into one of Australia's largest online oral history collections, so that students can... Continue Reading →

CFP: Australian Historical Association 2018

AHA2018: The Scale of History Call for papers Historians make choices about the scale of their inquiry. They set parameters for their projects – temporal, geographical, social, archival – which shape their research strategies, their potential audiences, and their interpretations and arguments. Do you write history on a grand or intimate scale? Or both? We... Continue Reading →

Kidman Chair in Australian Studies

A unique opportunity now exists for a distinguished scholar to join the University as the inaugural Kidman Chair in Australian Studies. This prestigious appointment is named such in honour of Australian pastoralist, the late Sir Sidney Kidman. **** The University of Adelaide is one of Australia's leading Group of Eight, research-intensive universities and is consistently... Continue Reading →

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