AUHE Report on the Impact of Journal Ranking Systems on the Discipline of English in Australia

Please note that the AUHE Report on the Impact of Journal Ranking Systems on the Discipline of English in Australia is available under the ‘Documents and Reports’ section in the website. Massive thanks to Maggie Nolan for leading this initiative and Agata Mrva-Montoya and Rebekah Ward for all their work too.

Shortlist for the AUHE Prize in Literary Scholarship

AUHE is delighted to announce the shortlist for the AUHE Prize in Literary Scholarship. The shortlist is in alphabetical order: The winner will be announced on Friday 2 December at the AUHE Annual General Meeting, which will be held in-person at Deakin Downtown and on Zoom. Warm thanks to Chris Danta, Tanya Dalziell, and PaulContinue reading “Shortlist for the AUHE Prize in Literary Scholarship”

English in Australia 58.2 (2023) – Call for Papers

English in Australia 58.2 (2023) – ‘Literary Studies & Literary Education’ Deadline for full manuscripts: February 28, 2023Download the CfP here In issue 55.2 of English in Australia, Kuttainen and Hansen (2020) discussed the complex connections between the worlds of secondary English and university English, acknowledging that “the two systems generally do not talk toContinue reading “English in Australia 58.2 (2023) – Call for Papers”

‘The Value of Literature’

REGISTER HERE Accommodation options in Melbourne December 1, 2022 CHASS Congress of the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, University of Melbourne In recent times the value, or ‘value for money’ of research in Literary Studies has been openly questioned in levels of government and some parts of the media. So too, new modes of dataContinue reading “‘The Value of Literature’”

Lecturer in Literary Studies, Griffith University

Southport, Gold Coast QLD Teaching – Tertiary, Other (Education & Training) – Full Time $100137 – $118916 p.a. + 17% Superannuation  About the OpportunityThe School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science seeks to appoint a Lecturer in Literary Studies to contribute to teaching, research and service in the School. Literary Studies at Griffith is aContinue reading “Lecturer in Literary Studies, Griffith University”

Photo by Jess Bailey Designs on 2021Paul GilesThe Planetary Clock: Antipodean Time and Spherical Postmodern FictionsOxford University PressRead the 2021 Judges Report 2020Paul SharradThomas Keneally’s Career and the Literary MachineAnthem Press, 2019Read the 2020 Judges Report 2019Guy DavidsonCategorically Famous: Literary Celebrity and Sexual Liberation in 1960s AmericaStanford University Press, 2019Read the 2019 Judges ReportContinue reading