LCNAU Studies in Languages and Cultures

The Languages and Cultures Network for Australian Universities (LCNAU) is a professional association of academics working within the Australian university sector. Its mission is to promote the value of tertiary language studies and to foster a strong research and publication culture within the discipline.

LCNAU Studies in Languages and Cultures publishes works on languages and cultures, showcasing the research profile of the sector. Volumes may take the form of monographs or edited collections, and cover one or more languages, in areas such as pedagogy, languages and technology, language policy, translation and interpreting, and studies in culture, in the broadest sense (including cinema, history, literature, gender studies, etc., relative to one or more languages).

Board Chair

Jean Fornasiero FAHA, Professor Emerita of French Studies, University of Adelaide

Board Secretary

Publications Officer, LCNAU (ex officio): Dr Chantal Crozet, RMIT University

Board Members

  • John Hajek FAHA, Professor of Italian Studies, University of Melbourne
  • Rob Amery, Associate Professor of Linguistics (Indigenous Languages, Kaurna), University of Adelaide
  • Anne E. McLaren FAHA, Professor of Chinese Studies, Asia Institute, University of Melbourne
  • Marko Pavlyshyn FAHA, Emeritus Professor of Ukrainian Studies, Monash University
  • Kayoko Enomoto, Head of Department of Asian Studies (Japanese, Pedagogy), University of Adelaide
  • Peter Friedlander, Associate Professor of Asian Studies (Hindi-Urdu), The Australian National University
  • Alison Lewis FAHA, Professor of German Studies, University of Melbourne
  • Hélène Jaccomard, Professor of French and Translation Studies, University of Western Australia
  • Stewart King FAHA, Senior Lecturer in Spanish and Catalan Studies, Monash University
  • Adrian Vickers FAHA, Professor of Southeast Asian Studies, University of Sydney
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