[csaa-forum] Sites of Cosmopolitanism 2005

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Tue Nov 30 10:34:32 CST 2004

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Melissa Gregg <m.gregg at uq.edu.au> wrote:

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> Sites of Cosmopolitanism: Citizenship, Aesthetics, Culture
> Presented by Centre for Public Culture and Ideas, Griffith University
>                                     6- 8 July 2005
>                                Brisbane, Australia
> Sites of Cosmopolitanism is an interdisciplinary conference that 
> engages theorists and practitioners
> in architecture, urban planning, design, art, fashion, literary 
> studies, film studies, visual culture, cultural
> studies, aesthetics, political philosophy, history, sociology and 
> social theory.

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> Confirmed conference speakers:
> Associate Professor Anne Friedberg
> (Cinema and Television, Critical Studies, University of Southern 
> California)
> Professor Graeme Turner (Centre for Critical and Cultural Studies, 
> University of Queensland)
> Professor John Urry (Professor of Sociology and Co-Director of the 
> Centre for Mobilities Research, Lancaster University)
> Dr Randolph Delahunty (Museum Director/Curator and Historian, The 
> Presidio Trust, San Francisco) [Sponsored by the Museum of Brisbane]
> Professor Robert Holton (Chair of Sociology and Director of the Policy 
> Institute, Trinity College, Dublin)
> Professor Geoffrey Stokes (Politics, Deakin University)
> Conference Convenors:
> Dr David Ellison (Arts, Media and Culture, Griffith University, 
> Nathan)   d.ellison at griffith.edu.au
> Dr Ian Woodward (Arts, Media and Culture, Griffith University, Nathan) 
> i.woodward at griffith.edu.au
> Organising committee:
> Dr Margaret Gibson (University of New England), Dr Helen Groth 
> (Macquarie University),
> Associate Professor Gavin Kendall (Queensland University of 
> Technology),
> Dr Zlatko Skrbis (University of Queensland), Louise Denoon (Museum of 
> Brisbane)
> For more details see: http://www.griffith.edu.au/centre/cpci/
> Or contact: Jill Jones, Events Coordinator, CPCI, 
> j.jones at griffith.edu.au or 61 7 3875 7338
> Jill Jones
> Events Co-ordinator
> Centre for Public Culture and Ideas
> Macrossan (N16) Building, Room 1.58C
> Nathan Campus
> Griffith University
> Brisbane   Qld  4111
> Australia
> Phone:  07 387 57338
> Fax:      07 387  54132
> Email:  j.jones at griffith.edu.au
Melissa Gregg
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Centre for Critical and Cultural Studies
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University of Queensland 4072
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