School of Culture and Communication
Early bird registration extended to 26 April
A conference to explore the impact of books and writing on the British Empire
The Kate Challis RAKA Award 2014 winner announced on Tuesday 11 November at a special screening event. More information...
Professor Germaine Greer presents the Feminist Ecologies in Australia keynote lecture. More information...
Teaching and Learning Australia Symposium
Animal Publics: Emotions, Empathy, Activism conference
Writers and Readers: Books that Shaped and Subverted the British Empire
Kate Challis RAKA Award 2014
Mother? Nature? by Professor Germaine Greer
The Australian Centre was founded in January 1989 with the assistance of a grant from the Hugh Williamson Foundation. Learn more about our history and our staff.
The Australian Centre aims to develop research capacity in two key areas: the colonial Australian archive and contemporary Australian cultural practices. Learn more about Fellowships and Scholarships, Annual topics and Publications.
The Australian Centre administers a series of prizes for outstanding endeavour in the visual arts, creative writing and biographical studies. More information...
A list of humanities and creative arts databases, literary and creative writing publications, and other useful online resources.
Room 236, East Tower, John Medley (Building 191), University of Melbourne Parkville 3010 VIC Australia