Competition, German, German Literature and Culture, German Studies, prize

Submissions are invited! 2020 Early Career Researcher Prize in German Studies @WIGSblog @AGS_tweets

The Institute for German Studies at the University of Birmingham and Peter Lang Oxford invite submissions for their 2020 Early Career Researcher Prize in German Studies. Submissions are invited from early career scholars in German Studies for academic monographs to be evaluated by a distinguished editorial board. The winner of the prize will receive a… Continue reading Submissions are invited! 2020 Early Career Researcher Prize in German Studies @WIGSblog @AGS_tweets

Australian Studies, Book prize, prize

Geoff Rodoreda’s The Mabo Turn in Australian Fiction wins ASAL first book award

Geoff Rodoreda's The Mabo Turn in Australian Fiction has won the Association for the Study of Australian Literature's Alvie Egan Award 2019! The award goes to the best first book of literary scholarship by an early career researcher (ECR) on an Australian subject published in the preceding two years. Read about the award and the 2019… Continue reading Geoff Rodoreda’s The Mabo Turn in Australian Fiction wins ASAL first book award

Australian Studies

Australian Studies books shortlisted for ASAL’s Alvie Egan Award 2019 @austlit17

We are pleased to have received word that Volumes 1 and 2 in the Australian Studies: Interdisciplinary Perspectives series edited by Anne Brewster have both been shortlisted for the Association for the Study of Australian Literature's Alvie Egan Award 2019! Geoff Rodoreda, The Mabo Turn in Australian Fiction   Xu Daozhi, Indigenous Cultural Capital: Postcolonial Narratives… Continue reading Australian Studies books shortlisted for ASAL’s Alvie Egan Award 2019 @austlit17

Australian Studies, Cultural Studies, Literary Studies, Postcolonial Studies, prize

Xu Daozhi wins Biennial Australian Studies in China Book Prize 2018

Xu Daozhi was awarded the Biennial Australian Studies in China Book Prize 2018 for an Original Work of Scholarship (in English) for her book Indigenous Cultural Capital: Postcolonial Narratives in Australian Children’s Literature. Congratulations, Daozhi! Her book was published earlier this year in the Australian Studies: Interdisciplinary Perspectives series edited by Anne Brewster and affiliated… Continue reading Xu Daozhi wins Biennial Australian Studies in China Book Prize 2018