The 2016 meeting of the Australian Anthropological Society is in Sydney, December 12-15

Posted on behalf of Neil Maclean <anthropology.aas2016@sydney.edu.au> Dear Colleagues, The response to the call for panels for the annual meeting of the Australian Anthropological Society on the theme “Anthropocene Transitions” has been wide-ranging and provocative. I am pleased to advise that the Call for Papers for the 2016 AAS Conference is now open, and can […]

Liberation and development in Glebe at Tranby College

In Glebe, the leafy suburb of Sydney, one can find a connection between the Australian labor movement, Anglo-Catholic Anglicanism, and the Territory of Papua at Tranby Aboriginal Co-operative College. Alf Clint was a labor activist who was drawn to the Christian socialism of the Anglo-Catholic community based at Christ Church St Laurence in Sydney. He […]