Congratulations to Dr Rachael Mead, who has been awarded the 2019 AP/NAHR Eco-Poetry Fellowship (offered by Australian Poetry and Nature, Art & Habitat Residency) in Taleggio Valley in Northern Italy.
Congratulations to Dr Camille Roulière, who is the successful applicant for the 2019 Bill Cowan Barr Smith Library Fellowship.
Congratulations for Dr Maggie Tonkin, who has been shortlisted for the 2019 Hazel Rowley Fellowship for a biography on acclaimed Australian choreographer Meryl Tankard.
This course will focus on J. M. Coetzee’s oeuvre to discuss the politics of critical engagement in regard to the problematic character of contemporary global, neoliberal culture.
Congratulations to Professor Brian Castro, who has just won the Prime Minister's Literary Award (Poetry) for Blindness and Rage: A Phantasmagoria.
Lyn Dickens has been shortlisted for the 2018 Deborah Cass Prize for Writing.
We are proud to share a video of Tjungu Pakani (Together We Rise), a series of events celebrating Titjikala culture through art and music co-hosted by the JMCCCP.
JMCCCP affiliate Eva Hornung has won the Premier's Award and the Fiction Award at the Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature for her latest novel The Last Garden (Text Publishing, 2017).
JMCCCP member and artistic director of Soundstream New Music, Gabriella Smart, has won one of the 2018 Prelude Composer Residences. Prelude is a national network of residencies for Australian composers, housed in historic buildings that gives recipients the time and space to create new work or conduct research and development. Beneficiaries of the programme also receive financial support throughout the twelve months of the residency. Congratulations Gabriella!
Camille Roulière has won the 2017 CHASS prize for a student for her essay entitled "Intertwined Languages and Broken Flows: Reading Ontological Polyphonies in Lower Murray Country (South Australia)" first published in the French peer-reviewed journal Angles. Established in 2014, the CHASS Australia Prizes are designed to honour distinguished achievements by Australians, either working, studying or training in the HASS (Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences) areas, including academics, practitioners, philanthropists, policy makers and students.