Research Events

Upcoming Events

2014

21C Health Communication Trends and Research in Asia-Pacific

May 2014
For more information contact Olaf Werder,

The Prosaic Imaginary: Novels and the Everyday

2 – 4 July 2014
For more information contact Vanessa Smith,

Worlds Within

9 – 12 July 2014
For more information contact Brigid Rooney,

Aesthetics in Oceania

29 September – 3 October 2014
For more information contact Christopher Hartney,

Australian Modernist Studies Network Conference

November 2014
For more information contact Mark Byron,

15th Australasian David Nichol Smith Seminar in Eighteenth-Century Studies

11 – 13 December
For more information contact Jennifer Milam, or Nicola Parsons,

Past Events

2013

Image Dance Think Tank

4 – 9 November 2013
A workshop-symposium led by Frank van de Ven and Tess de Quincey consisting of dancers, artists, artist-academics and academics. A new format for exchange between practitioners and writers was explored, with the latter effectively 'embedded' or integrated within the image practice and research.

Animals + Writing

7 July 2013
Animals + Writing is a one-day conference celebrating animals within worlds of writing. It is an opportunity to contemplate and discuss the influence of animals on writing practices within literary and academic contexts.

Global Romanticism: The second biennial conference of the Romantic Studies Association of Australasia

3 – 5 July 2013
Much of the recent scholarly activity in the area of Romantic studies has concentrated on ‘the four nations’: England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales. The second biennial conference of the antipodean Romantic Studies Association of Australasia would like to turn that on its head and to ask, again, about British Romanticism’s engagement with the rest of the world, and about the rest of the world’s engagement with British Romanticism.

2012

Free Linguistics Conference (FLC)

6 – 7 October 2012
The Free Linguistics Conference aims to provide a widely accessible forum for linguists in all areas of research to come together and share their diverse perspectives and research.