We note a CFP for papers for Beyond the Culture Wars: LGBTIQ History Now, to be held at La Trobe University, 25-26 November. While the CFP is broad, we note that amongst the list is an invite for papers with a focus on crime, law reform and policing. More information is at ALGA.org.au. Deadline for abstracts is coming up, 31 July.
The CFP for the annual conference has been extended to 15 August. Details on submitting an abstract are available with the general conference information.
The organisers of this year’s ANZLHS conference are delighted to announce a third keynote speaker for the conference, Professor Ann Curthoys. I am sure you are all familiar with her work, but in case not here is her bio.
Our congrats to Libby Connors. Libby recently won another award for her wonderful book Warrior – the Magarey Medal for biography, a biennial award judged jointly by the AHA and ASAL. Full details are here.
Members in Melbourne (and possibly beyond) may be interested in this year’s Rare Books Lecture at Melbourne Law School. It is being delivered by one of our members, Mark Lunney. Entitled “A Very Australian Story: Political Libels and the Conscription Referendums of the First World War”, it is on 21 July at Melbourne Law School. Attendance is free, but registration is required. More information is available on the Flyer.
Dear All, a gentle reminder that proposals for papers for the Annual Conference are due at the end of this month. Details on the conference can be found under the conference tab.