19 November 2009: Follow the conference on Twitter: @SOI09
16 November 2009: Minor changes to the final program have been uploaded
12 October 2009: Final version of the program now available
22 September 2009: All travel bursaries have now been allocated. Congratulations to the successful applicants
7 September 2009: Applications for travel bursaries are now open
25 August 2009: Genevieve Kelly confirmed as keynote speaker on day one
5 August 2009: Dr Genevieve Bell confirmed as keynote speaker on day two
1 July 2009: Registration now open: form available here
21 May 2009: detailed program now available
23 April 2009: Draft program available here
8 April 2009: Program is finalised and will be posted here shortly
11 March 2009: State of the Industry website now live
The State of the Industry
the future for cultural research in the university
Thursday-Friday, 26th and 27th November 2009
The University of New South Wales, Kensington
The State of the Industry is a two day conference that will discuss the future for cultural research in the university, while marking the conclusion of a highly successful period of Australian Research Council funding for the Cultural Research Network.
The event will showcase a range of innovative research collaborations and projects that the Cultural Research Network has generated, linking different disciplines, institutions and community groups working in the area of culture over the past 5 years. It will also discuss a number of issues fundamental to the practice of research.
The conference will have free registration and is open to all members of the public and the university community.
Inquiries: Dr Melissa Gregg: firstname.lastname@example.org
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