02 Mar UPDATE: Coming to Terms, 30 Years On
The Mabo Legacy in Australian Writing: The 2022 Annual Conference of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature
4–8 July 2022 nipaluna, lutruwita (Hobart, Tasmania)
Registrations are now open for the ASAL2022 Conference, “Coming to Terms, 30 Years On: The Mabo Legacy in Australian Writing.” Register soon and catch the Early Bird rates until 30 April.
And, there is still time to submit a proposal for a paper: The Call for Papers has been extended to Friday 22 April.
We are pleased to announce two new keynote speakers:
Ms Gail Mabo
Uncle Jim Everett-puralia meenamatta
They join our other keynotes:
Associate Professor Jeanine Leane (University of Melbourne) will deliver the Barry Andrews Memorial Lecture
Dr Alice te Punga Somerville (University of British Columbia) will deliver the Dorothy Green Memorial Lecture
Ms Evelyn Araluen will deliver the ASAL Early Career Research lecture
Visit our website, asal2022.org, for details.
Applications for online presentations are also welcome.
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