[csaa-forum] CSAA Conference Early Bird Registration by 29 October

baden.offord at scu.edu.au baden.offord at scu.edu.au
Sun Oct 17 18:55:48 CST 2010

Cultural Studies Association of Australasia Annual Conference

'A Scholarly Affair'

7-9 December 2010
Byron Bay, NSW

Conference Website: http://www.scu.edu.au/research/cpsj/asa/index.html

200 papers plus
Featured Speakers:
Vinay Lal, UCLA and University of Delhi
Title: "The Intellectual in an Age of Violence:  Criticism, Ethics, and Democratic Futures"

Gerard Goggin, University of New South Wales
Title: "Borderlands or Enclosures?: Technology, the University and Cultural Studies"

Raewyn Connell, University of Sydney
Title: "Fringe of Leaves: Re-thinking Australian modernity from southern perspectives."

Melissa Lucashenko, author
Title: "Duggai Yugam Binung - the White People Have No Ears for Stories"

Catherine Manathunga, University of Queensland
Title: "Re-imagining the place of the Australian scholar: reflections on time, location, identity and power"

Deborah Bird-Rose, Macquarie University
Title: "Slow Scholarship: entanglements of love and death"

Trevor Gale, University of South Australia
Title: "The politics of scholarship in policy production: a very public affair"

Katrina Schlunke, University of Technology, Sydney
Title: "After the affair? Cultural Studies, Historicism and the Queer Mourning After."

Susan Ballyn, University of Barcelona
"Looking backwards to look forward. English Studies in Spain."

Registration Fee includes:
Conference Welcome Reception 8pm Tuesday 7th December at the Conference Venue
Participation in all conference sessions Tuesday 7th December through Thursday 9th December 2010
Conference materials including:  program booklet/proceedings and conference folder or satchel
tea/coffee, morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea Tuesday 7th December
through Thursday 9th December 2010 (excluding lunch on Wednesday 8th
Membership of the CSAA

Early Bird Registration Fee
(If registering before 29th October 2010)
 $420 (incl. gst)

Early Bird Registration Fee for Post  Graduate / Unwaged / Students
(if registering before 29th October 2010)
 $270 (incl. gst)

Registration Fee (If registering after 29th October 2010)
$470 (incl. gst)

Registration Fee for Post Graduate / Unwaged / Students
(if registering after 29th October 2010)
$300 (Incl gst)


Cultural Studies Association of AustralasiaPostgraduate & ECR Pre-Conference Day(Supported by the ARC Cultural Research Network)

Join other Postgrads and Early Career Researchers (ECRs) from around Australasia for a great
day of networking, professional development and stimulating conversation
on 6 December 2010 (immediately prior to the CSAA National Conference from 7-9 Dec).

The day will be a great opportunity to share research ideas and interests in a supportive
collegial atmosphere, discuss the challenges Postgrads and ECRs are facing in a rapidly
changing academic world, connect with senior scholars in the field and establish ongoing
networks that will sustain us into the future.

The Postgrad & ECR Day is free and fully catered (lunch + morning and afternoon tea)
and located right in the heart of beautiful Byron Bay.

There are limited spaces available, so make sure you register asap through the
conference website: http://www.scu.edu.au/research/cpsj/asa/registration.html

Come along, have a great time and join the main conference already knowing some of your fellow travellers!

For questions contact Soenke Biermann: soenke.biermann at scu.edu.au or (02)6620 3936.



Professor Baden Offord,

Chair in Australian Studies,

Centre for Pacific and American Studies,

Institute of Advanced Global Studies,

Graduate School of Arts and Sciences,

The University of Tokyo.

T: +81 3 5454 6125

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