Adaptations in the Humanities: Reimagining the Past, Present, and Future Conference
9 September @ 8.00 am - 10 September @ 5.00 pm
Our knowledge of the world – imagined, experiences, or learned – is constantly in flux. As humans, we change, adapt, and mould the environments around us, the knowledge systems we use, and the items we create. Adaptation can be forced through presentation of an obstacle, or it can occur symbiotically within a group. This conference will be a forum for the presentation of the myriad of ‘adaptations’ worlds, individuals, languages, ideas, and peoples, real or otherwise, experience.
This conference has adopted a hybrid of virtual and in-person presentations to allow an international audience in light of recent world events. All conference presentations will be uploaded and available to registered audience members two weeks before the conference commences, allowing individuals to familiarise themselves with the material beforehand. At the conference, authors will present a 5-minute synopsis of their presentations before transitioning into an extended discussion session with the audience. All panels and the keynote will be streamed live via Zoom and participants are welcome to move between sessions at their leisure. If possible, participants are also welcome to attend the conference in person on the UWA campus at the EZONE Central Giumelli Learning Studios 2.09 and 2.10
More information including abstracts can be found on the website: https://conference.pmrg.org.au/
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