History Australia: ‘Coming Home’ issue

CFP deadline: 15 August 2017 Guest editors Bart Ziino (Deakin University) and Romain Fathi (Flinders University) seek proposals for contributions to a special issue of ‘History Australia’. Demobilising from total war was as much a psychological as a military and economic process. The extraordinary mobilisation of people, finance, images, emotions and sentiments that occurred between Read more …

Edited collection: ‘Proximity and Distance: Space, Time and the First World War’

CFP deadline: 30 April 2017 Emily Robertson and Romain Fathi seek proposals for chapters for a book they are editing. The collection will investigate the impact of proximity and distance in relation to the battlefront during and after World War I. The book will be International in scope and provide an important contribution towards engaging Read more …

CFP: How The Personal Became Political: Re-Assessing Australia’s Revolutions In Gender And Sexuality In The 1970s

Call for papers deadline 28 October 2016 Monday 6th March – Tuesday 7th March 2017, Australian National University How and why did matters previously considered private and personal, become public and political during the 1970s? What were the key policy shifts? How were protests in the streets connected to legislative reforms? Who were the critical Read more …

CFP: English Law, Culture, Governance and Society, 1680s—1760s

15–16 September 2016, University of Adelaide, Adelaide This workshop will explore some key themes to be addressed in the ‘New History of Law in Post-Revolutionary England’ project, which seeks to recover and reassess the history of English law, broadly conceived, over the seven decades following the Glorious Revolution of 1688–89. Proposals for either 20 minute Read more …

Connections and Communities in the History of Education

Submission deadline: Friday 8 April 2016 Australian & New Zealand History of Education Society (ANZHES) mid-year symposium 8–9 July 2016, Melbourne As a scholarly Society, ANZHES brings together researchers, educators, public and community historians and postgraduate students to interrogate the educational past. They warmly welcome new scholars to participate in the association. For this conference Read more …

Environmental History Strand: Challenging the Boom to Bust Narrative

The first of a number of themed strands for AHA 2016 has been announced. Under the auspices of Jodi Frawley, Nancy Cushing and Chris McConville, proposals are invited for Environmental History Strand: Challenging the Boom to Bust Narrative. Submission deadline: Wednesday 3 February 2016. Read the full call for papers.