Welcome to H-ANZAU, a member of H-Net Humanities & Social Sciences OnLine. H-ANZAU encourages scholarly discussion of the history and culture of Aotearoa / New Zealand, Australia and Oceania. H-ANZAU's online editors and editorial board serve a broad intellectual community.
Below you will find a constantly updated list of newly published books in Australian and New Zealand Studies. The list includes books streaming from the H-Net Book Channel and new book announcements posted to H-ANZAU by subscribers. Next to books are all the announcements and discussions we encourage here. You can find CFPs in the link on the right side of this page, under H-ANZAU Resources.
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New Books in ANZAU Studies
Critical Histories of Aging and Later Life
Issue number 139
Abstract Deadline: June 1, 2019
Issue editors: Amanda Ciafone, Devin McGeehan Muchmore, and David Serlin
The debate about the proposed Ramsay Centre for Western Civilization has been exercising Australian academics over the course of 2018. The Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Association Blog asks what this means for the future of Indigenous and Critical Race Studies.
Dear H-ANZAU members,
We are pleased to announce these new and recent publications of potential interest to members:
Kate Ariotti, Captive Anzacs: Australian POWs of the Ottomans during the First World War (Cambridge University Press, 2018)
The New Books in Australian and New Zealand Studies podcast features interviews with scholars across Australia, New Zealand, and Oceania. Two new interviews have recently been posted:
Annabel Cooper, an Associate Professor in the Gender Studies Programme at the University of Otago, discusses Filming the Colonial Past: The New Zealand Wars on Screen (Otago University Press, 2018);