[csaa-forum] ACS news

Dr Kenneth C. Staples drkensta at tpg.com.au
Fri Jan 14 14:30:03 CST 2005

Hello Melissa

I wish to renew my membership, but the renewal process only caters for 
standard or student.  Last year I payed $44 as an unwaged member.  Is 
the unwaged membership facility still operative?  If so how much will I 
have to pay to renew, and how can I renew on-line?


Dr Kenneth C. Staples

Melissa Gregg wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> Towards the end of last year the Association for Cultural Studies (the 
> association behind the biennial Crossroads in Cultural Studies 
> conference) held board elections and members of this list might be 
> interested to know that the new President of the Association is 
> Professor Meaghan Morris. On behalf of the csaa-forum I would like to 
> congratulate Meaghan on this exciting result.
> I will be serving as Australia/New Zealand representative and have 
> also been elected Organisational Secretary for the association and it 
> is in this capacity that I invite old and prospective members of ACS 
> to renew membership and join the gathering momentum for this 
> international network. Details on membership are at the website:
> http://cultstud.org/
> Meanwhile anyone can subscribe to the general ACS email list here:
> https://listserv.uta.fi/cgi-bin/wa?SUBED1=acs&A=1
> During the term of this board we are seeking to increase the 
> representativeness and scope of this association still further. If you 
> would like to advertise your involvement with cultural studies to an 
> international audience please forward any of the following information 
> for inclusion in the ACS website and upcoming newsletter:
>  -associations and networks in the field
>  -units: centres and departments
>  -programmes and courses
>  -conferences
>  -research projects
>  -publications: new books and journals
>  -job opportunities, fellowships and grants
>  -problems and threats
> Short articles on key issues for cultural studies today, or reports on 
> the state of the cultural studies in specific world regions or 
> subfields, are also welcome. Such contributions will be immensely 
> important for our efforts to globally strengthen the association and 
> reach new groups of scholars and activists devoted to critical and 
> interdisciplinary cultural studies.
> Material to the website and/or newsletter should be mailed to: 
> anna.byckling at uta.fi
> The deadline for newsletter issue #1 is 1 March 2005, but the website 
> will be continuously updated.
> I will be writing a regional report for the newsletter and welcome any 
> comments or suggestions for that as well.
> Thanks
> Melissa Gregg
> Postdoctoral Research Fellow
> Centre for Critical and Cultural Studies
> 4th Floor, Forgan Smith Tower
> University of Queensland 4072
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> mob  61 4 1116 5706
> fax    61 7 3365 7184
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