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 and Australia. H-ANZAU's online editor 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.

H-ANZAU is currently looking for new editors to take over the network and take an active role in developing new online materials and resources for the field. We also looking for contributors, bloggers, discussants, resources gatherers, etc. If you are interested in helping build this site, please contact Patrick Cox, H-Net's Vice-President for Networks, at vp-net@mail.h-net.msu.edu.

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Recent Content

ANN: Film Screening + Q&A: The Unlucky Australians (31 May London)

Dear All,

Please join us for a rare London screening of John Goldschmidt’s 1973 film The Unlucky Australians. This event is part of a number of screenings marking the fiftieth anniversary of the “Wave Hill Walk Off”, a pivotal moment in the history of Australian Aboriginal land and civil rights.

The screening will be hosted by the Menzies Centre for Australian Studies at King’s College London and La Trobe University’s Centre for the Study of the Inland.

ANN: New Australia/NZ Studies podcast

The New Books Network, a consortium of scholarly podcasts, now has an Australian/New Zealand Studies channel.
Its first episode is up.

Check it out and stay tuned for more interviews.  Please share with your networks if you'd like.

ANN: 2017 Ernest Scott Prize shortlist announced

The following publications have been short-listed for the 2017 Ernest Scott Prize. Funded through a bequest to the History program, University of Melbourne, the prestigious Ernest Scott Prize (valued at $13,000) is awarded to original research judged to be 'the most distinguished contribution to the history of Australia or New Zealand or to the history of colonisation'.