InASA response to higher education reforms

On Friday 19 June, Australia's Education Minister, the Honourable Dan Tehan, announced a raft of reforms to the funding of domestic students at Australian universities. These proposals would, among other things: increase the cost of most Humanities, Law and Commerce degrees and shift the costs (90%) onto students reduce student fees for a host of... Continue Reading →

Revised InASA Conference Dates: 8-10 February 2021

We appreciate everyone's patience as the conference organising committee has continued to monitor the Covid-19 situation. We are pleased to announce that the InASA biennial conference will still go ahead, but on the revised dates of 8-10 February 2021. This delay will hopefully provide more opportunities for travel and more certainty for the conference. We... Continue Reading →

CFPs: Interdisciplinary Virtual Symposium

‘This changes everything!’? Australia and the post-pandemic world   Call for Papers: Interdisciplinary Virtual Symposium Convened by the ANU Australian Studies Institute Abstracts due: 31 July 2020  Virtual Symposium: 22 October 2020  Covid-19 has upended daily life with nations struggling to stop the spread of this deadly virus. The virus has changed so much –... Continue Reading →

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