ANZASA Online is dedicated to fostering, debating and broadcasting new and exciting research in American studies. As part of our ‘New Research’ series, we welcome contributions from scholars on their current research topics. We encourage members to submit short blog posts (500-1,000 words) which explore new methodological frameworks, discuss works-in-progress or reflect on new scholarly trends in the field.
In this series, we profile and talk to prominent and upcoming scholars of American politics, history and culture. If you are interested in answering a few questions about your life and research career, please get in touch with our editors.
ANZASA Online is committed to bringing real world academic discussions online. In this series we will feature ‘field reports’ from conference attendees, and also provide regular content about the biennial ANZASA conference.
In this series, we ask scholars at various stages to reflect on particular challenges which they have faced as students, teachers, researchers and writers. This series aims to explore the richness and diversity of career experience which is reflected among ANZASA members and asks members to offer short pieces of advice or guidance for future scholars.
In this series, we showcase the work of scholars who are communicating their research in new and innovative ways, and are taking their disciplinary knowledge outside the ivory tower.
Would you like to boost the readership for your latest article in the Australasian Journal of American Studies? Scholars who have recently had an article accepted for publication in AJAS are welcome to submit an abridged version of their paper (500-1,000 words) to ANZASA Online. Featured within this editorial series are blog posts from scholarship recently published in AJAS.