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 →
“Friends, Foes, and Other Intimacies” International Australian Studies Association Biennial Conference, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia, 3-5 December 2014
CONFERENCE SCHEDULE (DRAFT) Click here to download the conference schedule. CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS Conference abstracts can be downloaded or viewed on this page. REGISTRATIONS Registrations for the conference are now open. Please download the registration form and send a completed copy to the InAsa secretary, Dr Carol Pybus. AIRPORT TO CITY/UNIVERSITY There are shuttle buses which pick... Continue Reading →
‘Friends, Foes and Other Intimacies’
REGISTRATIONS Registrations for the conference are now open. Please download the registration form and send a completed copy to the InAsa secretary, Dr Carol Pybus. AIRPORT TO CITY/UNIVERSITY There are shuttle buses which pick up travellers between the University, motels, and the airport. You will need to book a seat. http://www.tasredline.com.au/index.php/hobart-airport-shuttle Here you can download a map of the... Continue Reading →
International InASA Membership Form 2014
InASA Membership & JAS Subscription 2014 (International Membership Form) InASA aims to serve as a meeting point for scholars, teachers and all others with intellectual and scholarly interests in Australian issues. InASA brings Australianists from across the world together through informational networks, publications and conferences. Membership includes: An annual subscription to the Journal of Australian... Continue Reading →
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