[csaa-forum] Call for contributions: Knowledge, Culture Piracy workshop

Institute for Culture and Society ICS at uws.edu.au
Fri Oct 18 13:22:18 CST 2013

Dear all,

The Institute for Culture and Society (ICS) at the University of Western Sydney (UWS) will host the Knowledge, Culture, Piracy: Piracy as an Inter-Disciplinary Research Methodology<http://bit.ly/17PEizl> workshop on Thursday 21 November, 2013 at the UWS Parramatta campus.

Chaired by Professor James Arvanitakis, Dr Martin Fredriksson and Professor David Rowe, the goal of the workshop is to explore piracy as a meaningful entry point to the analysis of changing relationships, identities and cultural practices in an era of socio-cultural destabilisation that blurs the lines between culture, economy and knowledge.

Call for contributions now open

ICS particularly invites postgraduate students and academics interested in pursuing interdisciplinary research collaborations.

The workshop will be opened by presentations from Sonja Schillings (Free University, Berlin) and James Meese (Swinburne University). Presentations should not exceed 15-20 minutes. Short abstracts or concept proposals (maximum 250 words) for papers or other presentations/expressions of interest can be sent to James Arvanitakis (j.arvanitakis at uws.edu.au<mailto:j.arvanitakis at uws.edu.au>) or Martin Fredriksson (martin.fredriksson at liu.se). We accept and review abstracts on a rolling basis. The final deadline is November 11, 2013. Refer to the attached PDF for more information.

To RSVP for the event, email Christy Nguy (c.nguy at uws.edu.au) by 11 November, 2013.

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