Conferences and funding opportunities
Below are links to sites and organisations that offer funding and conference opportunities:
The “good oil” section of the Australian Humanities Review provides links to humanities conferences, e-journals, journal calls, and related areas.
Search for conferences by topic or by country. A very comprehensive international site.
At H-Net, you can search and browse for academic conferences, calls for papers, and programs that you might be interested in. You may also post announcements of interest to the academic community.
- Follow the link above
- Click “search the archives”
- Use “cfp” as a search keyword.
This site is mainly useful for finding out about conferences in the fields of film and philosophy – but often anything to do with visual culture/arts as well.
This is a continuously updated online newsletter that lists grants, fellowships, internships and study abroad opportunities for graduate students in art history and closely related areas such as humanities and visual art studies. It also carries listings of art history conferences and publication opportunities of particular interest to graduate students.
The ARC is the primary source of advice to the Government on investment in the national research effort. The ARC supports the highest quality research and research training through national competition in all fields of science, social sciences and the humanities, and brokers partnerships between researchers and industry, government, community organisations and the international community.
The Australian Fulbright program was established through a Binational Treaty in 1949. Since then almost 2,500 Australians have been awarded prestigious Fulbright scholarships to study, research and travel. Each year, up to 20 awards are made to Australian Postgraduates, Postdoctoral Fellows, Professionals and Senior Scholars. Fields of study range from the traditional fields of law and science to the visual and performing arts.