EHSANZ: ‘Local Communities, Global Networks: New Research in Economic, Business and Social History’ AHA Conference Economic Stream CFP

8-12 July 2019, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba  The Economic History Society of Australia and New Zealand encourages those working in the field of economic, business, and social history to put forward papers for the AHA Economics stream of the 2019 AHA Conference. Economic history has become a vibrant interdisciplinary area of inquiry in recent Read more …

AHA-Copyright Agency Early Career Mentorships

The AHA would like to thank all who applied for the AHA-Copyright Agency Early Career Mentorship. It was a very competitive field and the judges were most impressed with the high quality of the topics and the enthusiastic support of proposed mentors and institutions.  We are delighted to announce the successful applicants and look forward to seeing their work published over the Read more …

AHA Guest Twitter Initiative: Call for Expressions of Interest

During select weeks of the year, the AHA will invite members as guest tweeters for the association’s social media account. We will focus these account takeovers around significant events, anniversaries or milestones addressing a breadth of historical and contemporary themes from around the world. We are currently seeking expressions of interest from those members who Read more …

Religious History Association: ‘Local Communities, Global Networks’ AHA Conference Stream CFP

The conveners of the Religious History Association stream invite submissions for papers that explore the theme of ‘Local Communities,Global Networks’ as it relates to the history of religion. Very few aspects of human life have shaped local communities and global networks – and especially the relationship between the two – as consistently as religious belief,practice Read more …

Congratulations to Donna Lee Brien and co-editor for ‘Offshoot’, shortlisted for the 2018 Australian University Heads of English Literary Scholarship Awards

Congratulations to Donna Lee Brien and Quinn Eades for the shortlisting of their edited book Offshoot: Contemporary Life Writing Methodologies and Practice (UWA Publishing 2018) for the 2018 Australian University Heads of English Literary Scholarship Awards. Further information.

Congratulations to Lauren Samuelsson for winning the 2018 Ken Inglis Prize

Congratulations to Lauren Samuelsson who has been awarded the 2018 Ken Inglis Prize for pest paper presented by a postgraduate student at the AHA conference. The paper, ‘The Imitation Game: Mock Foods in the Australian Women’s Weekly, 1933–1982’, ‘was considered by the judges to be ‘a valuable and original contribution to the historiography of Australian food.’ 

Congratulations to Lynette Russell for her recognition on the Monash University Honour Roll ‘Recognising Academic Leadership.’

Congratulations to Lynette Russell who has been recognised on the Monash University Honour Roll ‘Recognising Academic Leadership.’ The Honour Roll was established in 2012 and Lynette is the first member of the Arts Faculty to have been honoured in this way. Lynette has been an outstanding leader across the Faculty and University over a long period, in addition to her Read more …

New Australian Policy and History Brief – Honae Cuffe and Anna Kent

New Australian Policy and History (APH) website Policy Brief  In Australian Policy and History’s latest policy brief, PhD students Honae Cuffe and Anna Kent write about the use of Australian ‘soft power’ in the Asia Pacific. The brief contains excellent advice for the Minister for Foreign Affairs and the Minister for Communications and the Arts about how Australian broadcasting services can Read more …