In early October, InAsa made a submission to the Australian Research Council (ARC) review of Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) and the Engagement and Impact Assessment (EI). You can read InAsa's submission here.
The last issue of JEASA, the Journal of the European Association for Studies of Australia (Special Issue Alter/Native Spaces, Vol. 10, No. 2, 2019), guest edited by Vanessa Castejon and Salhia Ben-Messahel, has just been released. It is downloadable for free. CONTENTS Guest Editors’ Foreword by Vanessa Castejon and Salhia Ben-Messahel (1) Introduction: by Ann Curthoys... Continue Reading →
Call for Papers for edited collection on A History of the British World: New Voices and Perspectives Since the publication of Phillip Buckner and R. Douglas Francis’ ground breaking Rediscovering the British World (2006) there has not been a collection of essays that have looked at the history of the British World from a multi... Continue Reading →
The Australian, Canadian, and New Zealand Studies Network Book Prize is awarded annually to a monograph published by an Early Career Researcher (someone who is within eight years of being awarded their Ph.D. or six years from their first academic appointment) and/or someone who has published their first book, that looks at least two countries of the... Continue Reading →
The Australian and New Zealand Studies Association of North America has issued a call for papers and proposals for roundtable discussions for its 28th Annual Conference. The conference will be held online, 15-19 February 2021. ANZSANA welcomes a diverse range of papers from a variety of disciplines, including: Political Science and International Relations Public Health... Continue Reading →
On 11 August 2020, the Australian Government released its draft exposure legislation on its Job-ready Graduates Package. The InAsa has written to Australia’s Education Minister, the Honourable Dan Tehan, to voice our concerns. Our key points reiterate what many other associations have also noted. Namely, that: 1. These proposed changes to Humanities funding do not appear to... Continue Reading →