Graphic Encounters conference calling for papers (academic and artistic)
Convenor: Dr Liz Conor, Senior Researcher, La Trobe University
History Lab, Australia’s first investigative history podcast.
History Lab is about exploring the gaps between us and the past. It invites listeners to participate in the making of history. Examining the legacies the past leaves in the present, it also asks listeners to think about the silences, the unknowns and the unknowables in the stories we tell. History Lab is breathing life into the histories we make and bringing it to new audiences.
Mobilizing Voters in the English-Speaking World : the role of grassroots organizations and civil rights organizations (1867 – 2017)
Presenters: Professor Robyn Sloggett AO (Director of the Grimwade Centre for Cultural Material Conservation, University of Melbourne) & Dr Stefano Carboni (Director of Art Gallery of Western Australia).
The programme includes a Persian musical performance with Timothy Johannessen and poetry recital with Professor Amir Zekrgoo - Wednesday 27th June 6pm.
Racism, Violence and Empire
CALL FOR AUTHORS AND WRITERS
Issues & Controversies in History
FREE talk in central London
17:15-18:30, 22 May 2018
Led by eminent ficto-critical writer and anthropologist Jury Professor Stephen Muecke and set in the historic Oratunga sheep station on the traditional lands of the Adnyamathanha people, this four day winter school includes workshops with artists and thinkers affiliated with the J.M. Coetzee Centre for Creative Practice. Interdisciplinary in approach, the winter school examines creative place-making in storied Country. Workshops invite and expect an appropriate engage-ment with, and response to, Country, but will locate this critically and historically.
Apply now for a 2019 National Library of Australia Fellowship to support in-depth collection research across a broad range of disciplines. These prestigious funded Fellowships are available to established or emerging scholars from Australia and overseas to undertake 12 weeks of intensive research using the National Library of Australia’s extraordinary 10 million item collection.