Sexual Violence, Medicine, and Psychiatry: An international, interdisciplinary symposium on the Relationship Between Medicine, Psychiatry, and Sexual Violence, 16-17 April 2020, University of Newcastle, NSW Closing: 25 November
Contact Ms Rhea Sookdeosingh at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Social Sciences Week 9-15 September. The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) has invited AWGSA to partner in Social Sciences Week. Social Sciences Week aims to:
Encourage, support and create the opportunity for social science researchers (from early career to senior scholars) to engage with non-academic audiences.
Show-case the diversity and relevance of social science research.
Further the reach of cutting-edge social science research.
Promote and increase awareness of social sciences research and the contribution they make to the wellbeing, cohesion and success of society.
Any event held during Social Sciences Week that fits broadly with the above aims can be part of the program as long as the activity is primarily public facing. By scheduling them during Social Sciences week and co-badging them in this way, it will be possible to reach a wider audience and highlight the value of the social sciences to a greater extent than can occur with stand-alone events. If you are planning to apply for AWGSA funding to run an event, please consider Social Sciences Week as a possible time to do so.
Ann Curthoys Prize
The Ann Curthoys Prize is awarded for the best unpublished article-length work by an Early Career Researcher (within 5 years of PhD graduation) in any one or combination of the following fields in which Ann published:
history and theory
The Prize honours the varied work and dedicated service to the historical profession of Professor Ann Curthoys; it is generously funded by Ann and Macquarie University, where Ann completed her PhD.
The inaugural Ann Curthoys Prize will be awarded in July 2019. Applications are now open and close on June 7, 2019.