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The ASAL ECR Profile series highlights the work of our early career researchers. For this instalment we present the work of Dr Jessica White. Jessica is the author of A Curious Intimacy and Entitlement. Her short stories, essays and poems have appeared widely in Australian and international...

Shortlist for Alvie Egan Award 2019 Bridget Grogan, Reading Corporeality in Patrick White’s Fiction: An Abject Dictatorship of the Flesh, Brill, 2018.Geoff Rodoreda, The Mabo Turn in Australian Fiction, Peter Lang, 2018.Xu Daozhi, Indigenous Cultural Capital: Postcolonial Narratives in Australian Children's Literature, Peter Lang, 2018.Maggie NolanBrigitta OlubasElizabeth Webby,...

Longlist for Walter McRae Russell Award 2019 Katherine Bode, A World of Fiction: Digital Collections and the Future of Literary History, University of Michigan Press, 2018. David Carter and Roger Osborne, Australian Books and Authors in the American Marketplace, 1840-1940s, Sydney University Press, 2018.Ken Gelder and Rachel Weaver, Colonial...

ALS Gold Medal Longlist 2019 Congratulations to all who have made it to the 2019 Longlist for the ALS Gold Medal Note: The ALS Gold Medal is awarded annually for an outstanding literary work in the preceding calendar year. The Medal was inaugurated by the Australian Literature...

Call for Papers: Transformations in the Digital Literary Sphere: CSAA 2019 Abstracts are due by 30 April 2019 Prof David Carter (UQ) and Associate Prof Simone Murray (Monash) are co-convening the stream 'Literary and Cultural Studies I: Transformations in the Digital Literary Sphere' for the Cultural Studies Association...

Call for Papers: Sites of publishing: 2019 Independent Publishing Conference Thursday 21 November to Saturday 23 November at the Wheeler Centre, Melbourne.Independent Publishing Conference 2019Industry Research Day 21 November 2019Deadline for abstracts: Friday 28 June 2019Scholarly engagement with the contemporary publishing industry has long grappled with the...

International Australian Studies Association (InASA) ECR Publication Subsidy Scheme The International Australian Studies Association (InASA) ECR Publication Subsidy Scheme is now accepting submissions. Submission are due on 30 June 2019 (5pm AEST) and should be sent to Andonis.Piperoglou@acu.edu.auSee guidelines here http://inasa.org/ecr-publication-subsidy-scheme/ ...

Call for Papers: Reconsidering Norman Lindsay: new perspectives, new understandings 29 July 2019, Swinburne University of Technology, MelbourneNorman Lindsay was well-known in Australia as an artist, sculptor, writer, philosopher and cultural commentator, but in the fifty years since his death his most enduring work has been...

About Patrons Lectures: Patrons Lectures are hosted by ASAL with funding from the Copyright Agency. These lectures – of which there will be at least two per year – support emerging and distinguished Australian writers to travel to locations around Australia to present a public talk...