Imperial Genealogies of Crime, 17-18 and 24-25 May 2021.
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Hashtags across Borders: Considering #Instapoetry as a Transglobal and Translingual Literary Movement
The Kay Daniels Award is a biennial prize recognising outstanding original research with a bearing on Australian convict history and heritage including in its international context. In accordance with Kay Daniels’ values, it is to be an international award.
Intentions to submit an application are due 30 September 2021 and applications close 31 January 2022.
Full details here: https://theaha.org.au/awards-and-prizes/kay-daniels-award/
The W.K. Hancock Prize was instituted in 1987 by the Australian Historical Association to honour the contribution to the study and writing of history in Australia by Sir Keith Hancock. Offering a $2,000 prize and citation, it is intended to give recognition and encouragement to an Australian scholar who has published a first scholarly book in any field of history in 2020 or 2021.
Applications are now open. Intentions to submit must be emailed to the AHA by 30 September 2021 and applications are due 31 January 2022.
Second CFP: World History Connected
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