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 →

FASIC Conference: Call for EoI

Announcing the 7th Foundation for Australian Studies in China (FASIC) Conference 21 – 24 November 2019, University of Sydney Centre in China, Suzhou Convened by Professor Pookong Kee, BHP Chair of Australian Studies at Peking University Co-organised by School of International Studies (SIS) at Peking University Sponsored by The Foundation for Australian Studies in China (FASIC)... Continue Reading →

CFPs: ASAL 2019 Perth

The 2019 Association for the Study of Australian Literature (ASAL) Annual Conference will be hosted by the Westerly Centre at The University of Western Australia in Perth from 2-5 July 2019. The conference theme of ‘Dirt’ is meant to evoke a number of dimensions of material and cultural life that inflect Australian literary and narrative... Continue Reading →

CFPs: The Antipodes and beyond: foregrounding Irish women

CFPs: ‘The Antipodes and beyond: foregrounding Irish women’. The 24th ISAANZ Conference, December 10-12, Adelaide, South Australia. The Antipodes: the opposite, figuratively, geographically, metaphorically. We are interested in accounts of women and men who lived opposite lives often off the main stage, but who played their part in Irish history, literature and the sciences, especially... Continue Reading →

CFPs: Australian Historical Association 2019 Conference

CALL FOR PAPERS  ‘Local Communities, Global Networks’: Australian Historical Association 2019 Conference 8-12 July 2019, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba How have the local and the global intersected, inspired and transformed experiences within and from Australia’s history? How do the histories of Indigenous, imperial, migrant and the myriad of other communities and networks inform, contest... Continue Reading →

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