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Congratulations to Mia Martin Hobbs who’s book Return to Vietnam has been shortlisted for the Memory Studies Association First Book Award.
Publications and Media
James Lesh has been out and about over the last few months:
- on a podcast ‘Values in Cities’, PlanningxChange podcast, 23 February 2023.
- In History – “Establishing Australia’s ‘Heritage Mafia.’” History (NSW). December 2022.
- and in the Geelong Advertiser – ‘How Borough of Queenscliffe escaped amalgamation in 1994 unscathed’, Geelong Advertiser, 3 March 2023.
Klaus Neumann has a new publication in Inside Story – The egotism of German pacifism.
Mia Martin Hobbs has a piece in The Conversation today as we mark the 20th Anniversary of the invasion of Iraq – ‘We did it so badly … it’s now backfired’: women and minority US forces reflect on the invasion of Iraq – now 20 years ago.
News from ADI
People, Place and Heritage is one of four research streams in the Alfred Deakin Institute. Our researchers include historian, anthropologists, museum and heritage scholars, and others interested in the relationships between people, place and the past, and in what it is to be human in the present. The PPH stream supports research from diverse humanities and social science perspectives to address questions of how these relationships change across space, time, and material form. Support includes a work-in-progress seminar series, collegial events and networks, and funding for collaborative research activities. ADI members are welcome to affiliate with multiple streams, as appropriate to their interests. Anyone interested in being added to the email list for PPH can contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Call for Papers
PHA Conference – Tracking the Kooyang: Truth Telling in the History of Oceania
Deakin Warrnambool – 31 Oct to 4 Nov 2023
We invite contributions in the form of panel proposals, individual paper abstracts, and brief submissions on artistic or performance-based inputs. Abstracts are due by 31 March, 2023.
All submissions (panel proposals, paper abstracts, and artistic/performance-based projects) should include the title of the work, your name and contact details, and your institutional affiliation if applicable. Panel proposals should also include the names of presenters and titles of individual papers. As well, there should be a brief description/outline of the proposed panel, paper, or project (approximately 150-200 words). You can find more information at the website here.
Crisis – A Conference
6-8th September 2023, UWA
The Limina collective conference committee invites proposals for 20-minute papers from across the breadth of humanities research, to explore the theme of Crisis. Please submit abstracts (max. 200 words) and a short (50 word) biography to email@example.com by the 1st May.
Camp Babylon, Iraq (May. 25, 2003) An Iraqi woman speaks about her country’s ancient history, to Sailors and Marines assigned to the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force at the museum