Annual Conferences

ASAL2022 Conference Issue for the Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature (JASAL).“COMING TO TERMS, 30 YEARS ON: THE MABO LEGACY IN AUSTRALIAN WRITING” ya pulingina!Many thanks to everyone who presented a paper at this year's ASAL2022 Conference, “Coming to Terms, 30 Years On: the...

The Mabo Legacy in Australian Writing: The 2022 Annual Conference of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature4–8 July 2022 nipaluna, lutruwita (Hobart, Tasmania)asal2022.org Announcing the newly launched ASAL 2022 conference website! This can be found at: asal2022.org Members and friends are invited to visit the website for information about the conference, and for updates. You can...

The 2022 Annual Conference of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature4–8 July 2022 nipaluna, lutruwita (Hobart, Tasmania)  asal2022.org Deadline: 31 January 2022  The 2022 ASAL Annual Conference will be hosted by the College of Arts, Law, and Education Centre at The University of Tasmania in nipaluna/Hobart from 4–8 July...

The 2022 Annual Conference of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature4–8 July 2022nipaluna /Hobart, lutruwita /Tasmania conference website: asal2022.org Deadline: 31 January 2022 The 2022 ASAL Annual Conference will be hosted by the College of Arts, Law, and Education Centre at The University of Tasmania in nipaluna/Hobart from 4–8 July...

AUSTRALIA’S TRIENNIAL LITERARY STUDIES CONVENTION July 20-24, 2021 (Please submit proposals to litstudiesproposals@gmail.com by April 12, 2021)What is the nature of text – and how do we define where it begins and where it ends? How might such definitions influence the ways in which we...

The organisers of Texts and Their Limits, Australia’s triennial literary studies convention, are delighted to make the first keynote announcement for our 2021 event. https://sites.google.com/view/textsandtheirlimits/home/keynote-speakers It is with deep gratitude and significant excitement that we welcome confirmed keynote speakers: Behrouz Boochani – writer, journalist, and refugee activist – delivering the Barry...

Call for Papers and Panels The 2020 ASAL Annual Conference will be hosted by James Cook University at the Cairns Institute, Smithfield, from 29 June – 2 July. For more than forty years, ASAL annual conferences have offered a venue where creative writers and academic critics have...