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We are delighted to announce our confirmed featured speakers for the Disorder Symposium:
Gillian Cowlishaw (University of Sydney)
Greg Downey (Macquarie University)
Chris Gregory (ANU and University of Manchester)
Jonathan Marshall (University of Technology Sydney)
Kalpana Ram (Macquarie University)
Glenn Petersen (Baruch College, City University of New York)
For more information on the speakers, titles and abstracts, please click here
this is the final week of our early bird registration. On Monday 7 July the standard rate will come into effect.
Hurry and use this great opportunity to register for the lower rates. Just click on the registration tab on our webpage.
|Category||Early bird: Tue 2 April – Sun 6 July||Standard: Mon 7 July – Sun 26 October|
Our abstract submission has opened now. This year we only accept abstracts submitted online through the webpage.
If you want to submit an abstract for the Disorder Symposium, click on the tab on top of the page and follow all instructions.
Due to the success in the last years, this year’s symposium dinner will again take place at
Fountain 77 is set in a beautiful historic sandstone building, and set back from Glebe Point Road, inner city Sydney with a large courtyard and beautiful fountain, Fountain 77 is a great place to relax and enjoy a great Italian meal, or drinks from the bar.
Fountain 77 has an extensive menu including home made gluten free pizza and pasta and a great selection of vegetarian options and are happy to cater to your dietary requirements.
The dinner costs are AUD 55.00.
You will be able to book the dinner with the general registration once it has opened on Tuesday 2 April 2014.
We are happy to announce that Professor Elizabeth Povinelli (Columbia University) has agreed to be the keynote speaker for our symposium.
Her lecture is titled:
Might Be Something (Again): Order, disorder and the quasi-event
For more information on Prof Povinelli and her abstract click here.