CFP: ANZSANA Conference

ANZSANA 27th Annual Conference 5-7 February, 2020 The University of Guadalajara at Puerto Vallarta. The Australian and New Zealand Studies Association of North America invites scholars, graduate students*,professionals, writers, and artists to submit papers and roundtable discussions to its 27th annual conference, which,for the second time in ANZSANA’s history, will take place in Mexico, this... Continue Reading →

CFP: Special edition of Coolabah

"Crime and Punishment" Few scholars of Australian history need reminding that Colonial Australia began as a prison. While the detrimental effect it had, and perhaps still has, on Indigenous Australia is unambiguous, to what extent this brutal background shaped the modern nation merits re-evaluation. In 1788 Australian society was divided into convicts versus guards, ratbags... Continue Reading →

New Book: Paris Savages

Fraser Island, 1882. The population of the Badtjala people is in sharp decline following a run of brutal massacres. When German scientist Louis Müller offers to sail three Badtjala people – Bonny, Jurano and Dorondera – to Europe to perform to huge crowds, the proud and headstrong Bonny agrees, hoping to bring his people’s plight... Continue Reading →

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