The European Association for Studies of Australia, founded in 1989, seeks to promote the teaching of and research in Australian Studies at European tertiary institutions, as well as to increase an awareness of Australian culture throughout Europe. EASA promotes the study and discussion of a wide variety of aspects of Australian culture: Aboriginality, literature, film, the media, popular culture, history, political discourses, the arts. EASA's area of interest also includes New Zealand Studies.

EASA Conference, 2018 -- CFP

17/01/2018 - 12:53
19/01/2018 - 12:53

!!!UPDATED dates and abstract deadline!!!


JEASA 6.1 (2015)

The latest issue of the Journal of the European Association for Studies of Australia -- JEASA 6.1 (2015) -- has been posted at

Edited by David Callahan, this general issue features articles, essays and reviews by Anthony J. Hassall, Carol Pybus, Adam Aitken, Agnes Balajthy, Giovanni Messina, Terry Moore, Inez Baranay, Lars Jensen, and Natasa Kampmark.


!!! New EASA BankAccount !!! and changed membership fee

The new EASA bank account has been set up and is running. Here are the new bank details::

                       1 Chemin du Haut de St-Pierre
                        14250 TILLY SUR SEULLES

Address of the bank: CCM BAYEUX
                               8 rue St-Patrice
                               14400 BAYEUX

IBAN: FR7610278021380002067430166

EASA General Meeting Minutes, Veszprém 2015

Please click on Office > Minutes in the left menu to find and read the minutes of EASA's latest General Assembly.

In Memoriam Veronica Brady

Dear EASA members and friends,


I am very sorry to inform you that our dearest colleague and friend Veronica Brady passed away last August. She was, without doubt, a beacon for many of us, a presence, a role model, a free spirit whom we will never forget. If only there were more academics like her!


The following vale for Veronica was written by Dennis Haskell.


Best wishes,
Lola Herrero
EASA Secretary


JEASA 5.1 (2014) available!

The latest issue of the Journal of the European Association for Studies of Australia (JEASA), 5.1 (2014) has been uploaded and the articles are available for free (acknowledged) download at


JEASA 4.1-2 current issue: Indigenous marriage, family and kinship in Australia

The latest issue of the Journal of the European Association for Studies of Australia has been put online.  Guest edited by Vicki Grieves and co-edited by Martina Horáková, it is themed around: "Indigenous marriage, family and kinship in Australia: the persistence of life and hope in colonial and neo-colonial contexts".

The issue features academic articles, interviews, reviews, reminiscences and the original 1984 text of the play “We are Survivors” by Jim Everett.

It can be freely viewed at

InASA (International Australian Studies Association)


The International Australian Studies Association (InASA) was formed in 1995,

in recognition that Australian studies is an international enterprise with Australian studies centres
and professional associations throughout Asia, Europe and North America.

InASA’s aim is to promote links between the Australian and international Australian studies communities,
and to lobby Federal and State governments to support the development of Australian studies internationally.

New EASA Board (Post-Conference Letter from the Secretary)

Dear EASA members,

I hope that this message finds you all well.

As many of you may already know, the AGM at Presov, which was placed under
severe constraints in view of the meagre turn-up for the Slovakian conference,
failed to elect a new Treasurer after the current one, Eleonore Wildburger from
Klagenfurt, has handed in her resignation in that capacity.

After the necessary exchange of e-mails between the colleagues who were elected
as members of the new Board at the Presov AGM, this problem was finally solved.

Journal of Australian Studies

The Journal of Australian Studies (JAS) is the journal of the International Australian Studies Association (InASA). In print since the mid-1970s, in the last few decades JAS has been involved in some of the most important discussion about the past, present and future of Australia. The Journal of Australian Studies is a fully refereed, international quarterly journal which publishes scholarly articles and reviews on Australian culture, society, politics, history and literature. The editorial practice is to promote and include multi- and interdisciplinary work.