New AHA ECR Blogs:

The third part of the AHA’s ECR Blog series, ‘A Conversation about Casualisation,’ is now available! In response to a recent controversial article about casualisation on The Conversation, the third part of this series is a compilation of short responses by early career academics in History who are, or recently were, employed casually in Australian universities.  Further Read more …

New AHA ECR Blogs: ‘A Conversation about Casualisation’

The AHA’s ECR Representative André Brett has commenced a series, ‘A Conversation about Casualisation,’ in response to a recent controversial article about casualisation on The Conversation. Parts One and Two are now live! In Part One, André responds to the article with some of his own reflections. In Part Two, Dr Joel Barnes tackles how casual jobs are Read more …

AHA Early Career Researcher blog: Call for Expressions of Interest

The AHA ECR blog has been running for over two years now, and in that time has run many excellent, provocative, and thoughtful pieces from junior and senior scholars alike. The blog is currently maintained by AHA ECR representative André Brett, and he is seeking participants for blog features in 2019. If you are interested in being involved in Read more …

Congratulations to Jeannine Baker and Kate Murphy for the launch of their website ‘100 Voices that Made the BBC: Pioneering Women.’

Congratulations to Jeannine Baker and Kate Murphy for the launch of their co-curated website ‘100 Voices that Made the BBC: Pioneering Women.’ Published to coincide with the centenary of women’s suffrage in the UK, it explores the contribution that women have made to shaping close to 100 years of British broadcasting, including Australasian women. Further Read more …