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The Institute of Postcolonial Studies has up to four rooms to let, available to PhD and postgraduate students working on themes relevant to the Institute (i.e. postcolonial, decolonial, southern or critical approaches within the humanities, social sciences or creative arts).

These are sunny, well-appointed rooms, in the upstairs quarters, offered at below market rental rates in our beautiful North Melbourne Institute home.

Rooms

Currently available (updated 12 April 2021)

Currently unavailable

If you are interested, write to us outlining your current research or studies.

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About IPCS

The Institute of Postcolonial Studies was founded in 1996 as an independent venue for the exploration of postcolonial scholarship, politics and creative practice.

The Institute hosts a wide variety of public events, performances and presentations, often bringing together scholars, artists, activists and larger publics to explore and respond to the legacies of the colonial encounter in Australia and globally.

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8 Mar 2021

Life at Curzon Street

Here in Naarm/Melbourne, while we remain focused on the difficult situations of so many friends and family in parts of the world still governed by lockdowns, it has been wonderful to slowly, carefully, welcome warm bodies back into our meeting rooms.

5 Feb 2021

Gearing up for 2021

We are very pleased to be starting the year with some optimism and especially look forward to welcoming you back to Curzon Street for face-to-face gatherings soon, albeit smaller gatherings than we are accustomed to.

9 Mar 2021

Whither India?

The Indian state under the current ruling political formation has over the past few years been pursuing a virulent campaign of a populist anti-intellectualism, targeting the humanities and the social sciences in particular.