Appel à communications – «SHARP 2018»


Veuillez prendre connaissance de l’appel à communication pour le Congrès de SHARP, qui aura lieu à Sydney, en Australie, en juillet 2018.


On behalf of the SHARP 2018 Organising Committee, it is our distinct pleasure to announce that the abstract submission system for next year’s conference is now live. Further details can be found on the SHARP 2018 conference home page at:


We have an exciting line-up of speakers:

Associate Professor Katherine Bode: Literary and Textual Studies, College of Arts & Social Sciences, Australian National University. Books: Reading by Numbers: Recalibrating the Literary FieldA World of Fiction: Digital Archives and the Future of Literary History.

Professor David Carter: Professor of Australian Literature & Cultural History, School of Communication & Arts, University of Queensland. Books: Always Almost Modern: Australian Print Cultures and ModernityDispossession, Dreams and DiversityIssues in Australian Studies.

Professor Richard Nile: Professor of Australian History and Head of Humanities, James Cook University, Cairns, Australia. Books: The Making of the Australian literary ImaginationThe Australian Legend and its Discontents.

Professor Zhiqiang Zhang: Author of The Publishing Research History of China in 20th Century (2004) and A Chronicle of Jiangsu Publishing Events from 77 B.C. to 1948 (1996), Professor Zhiqiang Zhang is based at Nanjing University.


Please also find attached our Conference flyer and our English, Chinese and French translations of the Call for Papers, with more to follow. Special thanks to Dr Xiang Ren, Dr Laure Philip and Dr Katie McDonough for translating.

We hope to see you in Parramatta and Sydney next year!

All best wishes



Jason Ensor BA, PGDip, MA, PhD

Manager, Library Digital Infrastructure

University Library

University of Western Sydney

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