Australian University Heads of English (AUHE) is a peak body drawing together English departments at more than 30 universities as well as existing literary associations. We aim to be a forum in which the present and future of literary studies in Australia is discussed and shaped and will address issues such as the relationship between English in secondary and tertiary education, quality assurance in teaching, research funding, enrollments, curriculum as well as pedagogic strategies for teaching literature in English.
The AUHE is hosted and supported by the University of Newcastle. The current President is Professor Nicole Moore, UNSW (Canberra).
Joint submission to ARC by AUHE and Australian Academy of the Humanities on the engagement and impact assessment of research.
AUHE Academy English section Impact Engagement Submission
The AUHE Annual Meeting was held at ADFA/UNSW Canberra on November 19 2014. Please find attached the minutes of the meeting.
[prettyfilelink size=”” src=”http://auhe.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/AUHE-Annual-Meeting-2014-Minutes.pdf” type=”pdf”]AUHE Annual Meeting 2014 Minutes[/prettyfilelink]
The joint Literary Studies Convention (“Literary Networks”) will be held at the University of Wollongong July 7-11 2015. AUHE members are encouraged to submit papers and disseminate the attached flyer within their programs.
[prettyfilelink size=”” src=”http://auhe.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Literary-Studies-Convention-July-7-11-2015.pdf” type=”pdf”]Literary Studies Convention, July 7-11 2015[/prettyfilelink]
Fiona McFarlane was announced winner of the inaugural Voss Literary Prize at the AUHE Annual Meeting at ADFA/UNSW Canberra on November 19 2014. The prize was awarded for her debut novel The Night Guest (Penguin, 2013).
The AUHE Annual Meeting will take place Wednesday November 19 at UNSW Canberra (AFDA). Please find attached the agenda. [prettyfilelink size=”” src=”http://auhe.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Annual-Meeting-Agenda-2014.pdf” type=”pdf”]Annual Meeting Agenda 2014[/prettyfilelink]
AUHE is overseeing and judging the new Voss Literary Prize for the best novel published in Australia. The 2014 winner will be announce on Wednesday November 19 at the AUHE Annual Meeting at UNSW Canberra. Please see the attached press release and visit www.vossliteraryprize.com.[prettyfilelink size=”” src=”http://auhe.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Press-Release-Voss-Literary-Prize.pdf” type=”pdf”]Press Release – Voss Literary Prize[/prettyfilelink]
Members of AUHE met in Sydney on May 14 for a 2-day workshop on Threshold Learning Outcomes for the discipline of English/Literary Studies. This productive event was organised by Joy Wallace and co-sponsored by AUHE and the OLT. The resulting draft TLOs for English will be discussed further at an OLT workshop on First Year English at ACU in Melbourne, June 11. Please find the minutes of the Sydney meeting attached.[prettyfilelink size=”” src=”http://auhe.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/TLO-meeting-Sydney-May-14-2014.pdf” type=”pdf”]TLO meeting Sydney May 14 2014[/prettyfilelink]
Please find attached the first discussion paper by the AUHE Learning and Teaching Standards Working Group – Lyn McCredden, Nicole Moore, and Gillian Russell.[prettyfilelink size=”” src=”http://auhe.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/AUHE-Learning-and-Teaching-Standards-Discussion-Paper-2013.pdf” type=”pdf”]AUHE Learning and Teaching Standards Discussion Paper 2013[/prettyfilelink]