*My apologies in advance for cross-posting!
I am building a shareable and searchable library of primary sources, online exhibits, archive collections, and digital projects which are any way related to: children, youth, childhood, childhood studies.
Perspectives on redress/transitional justice/reparations that center the indigenous peoples in Aotearoa and Australia very welcome.
Priors and Priorities: Conceiving Time and Other Bodies
An Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference April 20-21, 2018
Harvard Mahindra Center for the Humanities Cambridge, MA
In 2017, a year of difficult and often appalling events both on the national and international stage, monument culture unexpectedly became the centerpiece of discussion, protest, activism, and vandalism. Scholars and preservationists witnessed monument culture move from the margins to the center of society, both in the United States and in many other countries around the world.
New Books in Australian and New Zealand Studies (http://newbooksnetwork.com/categoryaustralian-new-zealand-studies/) is currently seeking hosts interested in conducting interviews with authors of new books on Australia and New Zealand. Hosting the channel is a good way to bring the work of scholars of Australia and New Zealand to the attention of large audiences. Interested parties should write Marshall Poe at email@example.com.
Call for Papers
‘Diasporic, Migrant and Multicultural Heritage’
New Issue in the Series Key Issues in Cultural Heritage, Routledge
The following new article announcement from the Journal of Economic History may be of interest to some H-ANZAU readers, though perhaps off the normal reading list of many here.
The editors of The Journal of Economic History are pleased to announce Matthieu Chavaz and Marc Flandreau's article, ""High & Dry": The Liquidity and Credit of Colonial and Foreign Government Debt and the London Stock Exchange (1880-1910)".
The editors of the Journal of Women's History are pleased to announce the publication of Volume 29, Number 3 (Fall 2017) of the Journal of Women's History, entitled “Beyond the Center: New Spatial Axes in International and Transnational Women’s Histories.”
Dear H-ANZAU subscribers,
having followed this listserv for a little while now, I believe that some of you might be interested in becoming a member of the Memory Studies Association and connecting with the interdisciplinary field of memory studies more generally.
As one of its current co-chairs, I would be happy to answer any questions. Please check out the website for more information: https://www.memorystudiesassociation.org/