While the contributors to this issue come from a broad range of the disciplines represented in the Academy, including linguistics, philosophy, the arts, history and Asian studies, some common themes have emerged, especially in relation to questions of human rights, both in the past and today.
Humanities Australia journal 2017
9th edition of The Journal of the Australian Academy of the Humanities. Established in 2010, Humanities Australia is the Academy’s flagship journal, showcasing some of the outstanding research and writing being carried out by our Fellows. It is an essential part of our commitment to supporting excellence in the humanities and communicating their value to the public.
- Editors’ Introduction, by Elizabeth Webby AM FAHA and Graham Tulloch FAHA
- Pacific Rim and Two Bridges, poems by Chris Andrews FAHA
- Academic Freedom and the Contemporary University: Lessons from China, the 47th Annual Academy Lecture by Academy President John Fitzgerald FAHA
- Smart Engagement with Asia, by Ien Ang FAHA
- Ngûrrahmalkwonawoniyan: Listening Here, by Nicholas Evans FBA FASSA FAHA
- Empathy and the Myall Creek Massacre: Images, Humanitarianism and Empire by Jane Lydon FSA FAHA
- Macaroni Men and Eighteenth-Century Fashion Culture: ‘The Vulgar Tongue’ by Peter McNeil FAHA
- Australian League of Nations Union and War Refugees: Internationalism and Humanitarianism, 1930-39 by Joy Damousi FASSA FAHA
- A Very Principled Project, by Peter Anstey FAHA