The fourth volume in the Studies in Transnationalism book series has been published. It is by Bill Apter and is entitled Rethinking the Australian Dilemma: Economics and Foreign Policy, 1942-1957 (New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2021). Apter’s book is based on excellent research and has a very engaging narrative. The main theme of his book:... Continue Reading →
From the ANU & the Menzies Australia Institute: Academics from the Australian National University (ANU) have been appointed Co-Directors of the Menzies Australia Institute (MAI) at King’s College London. The MAI is the leading centre in the United Kingdom for the study of Australian society and culture. The Menzies is an essential hub for visiting academics and expatriate... Continue Reading →
New fully funded PhD studentship: Maritime Migrations: Transfers and Displacements in Britain’s and Australia’s Nineteenth-century Exchange Application deadline: Monday 25 January 2021 This project examines the role played by empires, oceans, and trans-national maritime networks in laying the foundations for modern processes of globalisation, deploying a range of methods and approaches from within and beyond the... Continue Reading →
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 →