European Languages Event

Intersectional, Transcultural, Decolonial? Challenges and Opportunities for Modern European Languages in the Anglosphere Friday 30 April 6.30pm AEST (Melbourne time) - 9.30am GMT+1 (UK time) Conveners: Dr Francesco Ricatti (Monash University) and Dr Barbara Spadaro (University of Liverpool) Speakers: Dr Ruth Bush (University of Bristol), Dr Fernanda Penaloza (University of Sydney), Dr Emanuelle Santos (University of Birmingham), A/Prof Christiane Weller…

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AFMLTA conference

You can now register for the AFMLTA conference, which will take place entirely online from 5-6 July. Earlybird rates are available until April 30. For further information on conference themes and keynote speakers, go to   

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PhD scholarship (Russian) A PhD scholarship is available to study the poorly understood impact of famine on what has been referred to as the ‘feminised’ rural society in the Soviet Union during the post-war WWII period, where a range of factors left many rural areas with a significant demographic imbalance in favour of women to men. Applicants may address the following questions:…

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Conference Announcement

ISFAR @ 35:   Australia and France in a Regional and Global Context: Past Engagements and Future Research Directions 35th Anniversary Symposium of the Institute for the Study of French Australian Relations (ISFAR) in Honour of Professor Colin Nettelbeck 8-9 April 2021, online This online Symposium offers a comprehensive overview of contemporary research in the field of French-Australian relations. The papers…

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Job Vacancy (French)

Monash University is currently advertising a two-year fixed-term Lecturer B position in French Studies. Applications close on 29 March 2021. All of the details relating to the position can be found here.      

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Patji Dawes Award

This prize, which is awarded biennially by the ARC Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Language, in partnership with LCNAU and  AFMLTA, is open for applications in 2021. Information relating to this national award for excellence in language teaching can be found on the CoEDL website, as can the application form. The award is intended to honour an outstanding…

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Save Languages at Swinburne

We urge LCNAU members to continue to support the campaign to prevent the closure of languages at Swinburne. To sign the current petition, please go to:

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Student training opportunity

ONLINE SUMMER COURSE (2021) Unthinking and rethinking intercultural dialogue in education 21-25 June 2021 Co-organised by The Faculty of Educational Sciences (University of Helsinki, Finland) and The School of Education (Minzu University of China) Course organisers and lecturers: Prof. Fred Dervin (University of Helsinki, Finland) and Prof. Mei Yuan (Minzu University of China) + invited speakers COURSE FORMAT The course will…

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Research training opportunity

LCNAU members and their students may be interested in some aspects of the training programs currently being offered in the UK for researchers in languages and cultures. SAS Research Training Programme Registration is now open for the School of Advanced Study free research training programme for Term 2. The programme provides free training on methods, skills, and current and emerging…

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2021 Membership

You can now take out membership for the 2021 calendar year by going to the Membership page where you will find details of how to subscribe using PayPal, credit card or direct deposit. Please note that all current memberships expire on the 31 December 2020. We encourage you to renew or to take out a new membership to support the…

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