The Australian Studies Regional Network (ASRN) aims to become a hub of scholarly and scientific partnerships in Hungary and the neighbouring countries. We envisage our role as a disseminator of information for academic research, coordinator of joint projects in study, teaching and research, and facilitator of an increased awareness of Australia and the Asia-Pacific in our region.

ASRN Budapest, MEMO

Please open and read the attached Memo of the 3rd ASRN Meeting (Budapest, Sept 26-27 2008) as well as Dorottya Holló's letter, pasted below. - Pictures are posted as well! - Gabi.

Dictionary of Australian Artists Online (DAAO)


The Dictionary of Australian Artists Online (DAAO) is a new e-Research tool dedicated to the promotion of scholarship into Australian artists.  Building on forty-five years of Australian art historical scholarship, the DAAO enables historians, academics, galleries and artists to create and discover new knowledge about the lives of Australia's artists. The DAAO currently has over 7,000 artist biographies, and publishes new research every week from its author base of over 700 historians, academics, arts professionals and artists.

Memorandum by Deák Circle


The following comprises the names of some Deák Circle members who could assist with the work of the CAS by giving lectures or course modules, which could reflect Australian experience and practices in a number of areas of contemporary Australian commerce, industry and culture.

Zeitschrift für Australienstudien (ZfA) Special Offer

ZfA (Zeitschrift für Australienstudien)

Double Issue 21/22 (272 pp), ed. Adi Wimmer

SPECIAL OFFER to all members of EASA and ASRN

HJEAS Launch of Australian Issue

09/05/2008 - 14:00
09/05/2008 - 15:00

NEW attachment: How to order within Hungary? 

The Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies is launching a special Australian double issue (vol. 12, no. 1-2) titled

ReVisions of Australia: Histories, Images, Identities.

The issue will be introduced by Gabriella T. Espák (guest editor)

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ASRN Website

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