Annual Meetings

Our Annual Meeting is the central event of the ACHRC calendar. It combines our AGM with a symposium addressing significant practical issues of concern to Humanities-based researchers in the tertiary sector in Australia, New Zealand and beyond, with a focus on research centres as a strategic cornerstone of that sector. We advance our member initiatives such as Humanities in the Regions, Collaborating with Collecting Institutions, and the Early Career Research Network. We run workshops and/or pre-meetings focussing on specific areas of centre-based Humanities research.

Upcoming Annual Meeting

Past Annual Meetings

2019 Annual Meeting: The Humanities and Wellbeing, hosted by Associate Professor Kerry Taylor, at the National Library of New Zealand/Te Puna Mātauranga o Aotearoa

2018 Annual Meeting: Creative Humanities Matters, hosted by Associate Professor Lisa Chandler at the University of the Sunshine Coast’s Arts Research in the Creative Humanities (ARC)

2017 Annual Meeting: The GLAMorous Humanities, hosted by Professor Will Christie at the ANU’s Humanities Research Centre

2016 Annual Meeting: The Public Humanities, hosted by Flinders University and the Centre for the History of Emotions

2015 Annual Meeting: Humanities Without Borders: Humanities Research Across Disciplines, Cultures and Regions, hosted by Associate Professor Kerry Taylor at Massey University’s W.H. Oliver Humanities Research Academy

2014 Annual Meeting: Alliances and Impacts: Sustaining Humanities Research in the 21st Century, hosted by Professor Kate Darian-Smith at the University of Melbourne

2013 Annual Meeting: Spaces and Networks for the Humanities: Building Research Environments, hosted by Susan Takao at the University of Western Australia’s Institute of Advanced Studies

2012 Annual Meeting: Transforming the Humanities, hosted by Professor Anne Cranny-Francis at the University of Technology, Sydney’s Transforming Culture’s Research Centre

2011 Inaugural Annual Meeting: Networking the Humanities, hosted by Associate Professor Robert Phiddian at the Flinders Institute of Research in the Humanities