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Copyright Fees on Conference Papers

In furtherance of the Society's objectives it has regularly published papers presented by speakers at conferences organised by the Society prior to 2017. In some cases, copying of those papers by third parties (for example, in library collections) has generated a royalty or licence fee that has been paid to the Society as the publisher of the paper. The Society does not have records or the resources necessary to locate all past presenters that might be entitled to receive a royalty or licence fee in respect of copies made of their paper. If you believe you may be entitled to a royalty or licence fee please contact the Society by writing to the current treasurer so the Society can use reasonable efforts to determine from its available records whether it can identify any royalty or licence fee payable to you.

If you believe you may be entitled to a royalty or licence fee for a paper presented at a Society-sponsored conference prior to 2017, please let us know by July 31st, 2018. All unclaimed past royalties and licence fees (and all future royalties and licence fees) will be used by the Society in furtherance of its not-for-profit objectives.

Please communicate by 31 July 2018 with the SAHANZ Treasurer, Ashley Paine.


Life Memberships

SAHANZ invites nominations for Life membership which recognise and honour persons whose achievements demonstrate scholarly service, as members of SAHANZ, to the discipline of architectural history and theory in the region of Australia and New Zealand. The award of Life membership acknowledges distinguished contributions through publications, teaching, supervision and mentorship, or service in the field of architectural history and theory.

SAHANZ equally invites nominations for Honorary membership which recognise and honour persons whose achievements demonstrate essential contribution to the field of architectural history in the region of Australia and New Zealand. The award of Honorary membership acknowledges distinguished contributions through publications, teaching, supervision and mentorship, or service to relevant societies in the field of architectural history and theory.

Life members and Honorary members receive free membership of SAHANZ, which includes a subscription to Fabrications and public recognition on the SAHANZ website.

Nomination, to be made by current members of SAHANZ, is a confidential process. Click here to download the nomination form for Life membership. Click here to download the nomination form for Honorary membership; then send a completed form, in confidence, to the SAHANZ Secretary, Janina Gosseye by Monday, 5 March 2018.


Current Officers



President
Naomi Stead (Monash University)
Secretary
Janina Gosseye (University of Queensland)
Treasurer
Ashley Paine (University of Queensland)

Committee members
Bill McKay (University of Auckland)
John Ting (University of Canberra)
Amit Srivastava (University of Adelaide)
Nigel Westbrook (University of Western Australia)

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