CFPs: Australian Women’s History Network symposium

2018 Australian Women’s History Network Symposium Monday 2 July 2018 ANU School of Music, Canberra   Call for Papers ‘The Past is a Position: History, Activism and Privilege’ Keynote plenary panel speakers include Barbara Baird, Ann Curthoys, Crystal McKinnon, Maria Nugent, Suvendrini Perera This symposium will focus on histories of activism ­– including movements for... Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

CFP: ANZSANA Guadalajara 2018

25TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE UNIVERSITY OF GUADALAJARA FEBRUARY 7-9, 2018 GUADALAJARA, JALISCO, MEXICO In 2018, ANZSANA will hold its 25th annual conference at the University of Guadalajara in Guadalajara, Mexico. ANZSANA is a multidisciplinary organisation that supports and promotes the study of Australia and New Zealand in North America. We welcome papers on any aspect of... Continue Reading →

CFP: Transnational Migratory Spaces and Cultural Exchange between Australia and India

Transnational Migratory Spaces and Cultural Exchange between Australia and India Indian Association for the Study of Australia, Eastern Region 09-10 February, 2018 Astor Hotel,  Kolkata Transnationalism may be regarded as a distinct phase of global modernity in terms of re-structuring the postcolonial thesis. With the rise of globalization, Edward Said, in his Culture and Imperialism,... Continue Reading →

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