Thursday, 5 Dec 2019
8:30 am - 9:00 am Coffee and Registration
No workshops in this session.
9:00 am - 9:30 am Pleadings and Offerings: heralding the end
Welcome [Alex Pelizzon, Jonathan Harlen, William MacNeill, Dan Mathews and Paulette]
Introductions [Ashley & Dale]
9:30 am - 11:00 am The End is Nigh: why does legal scholarship matter today?
Roundtable [William MacNeil, Olivia Barr & Carwn Jones, moderated by Dale]
Small breakout discussion tables [multiple academics]
11:00 am - 11:30 am Morning tea
Head to the kitchen on Level 6 to make your own coffee/tea, or head down to The Green Room (just outside Building C) for a made-for-you brew. Don't forget to take your nametag with you.
11:30 am - 1:00 pm Tales From the Crypt: why does your scholarship matter?
Short conversation [Margaret Davies and Mary Heath, moderated by Jonathan]
Small breakout project discussion tables [multiple academics]
2:00 pm - 2:45 pm Concurrent Sessions
[introduced by Valeria]
In the beginning was the Word ... : Writing in End Times
Kathleen Birrell and Shane ChalmersLocation
Writing practices, strategies, and common errors.
The Death of Discipline: Apocalyptic Interdisciplinarity
Kieran Tranter and Marett Leiboff]Building C, Level 6, Room 1
In a world where disciplines are fused, torn apart, created anew, and made monstrous, how to plan one's future career and validate one's own discipline while respecting the unfamiliar views of others.
The Famine of Fundung and the Pestilence of Publishing:
Shaun McVeigh and Robyn HolderBuilding C, Level 6, Room 1
How to navigate the when and where of publishing in the age of oversaturation, and how to prepare a grant or research proposal.
3:00 pm - 3:45 pm Rupture and Rapture - LSAANZ/LLHAA separate roundtables
[introduced by Ashley]
[Tim Peters and Trish Luker]
3:45 pm - 4:00 pm Into the Void
[Jonathan Harlen, William MacNeil, Dan Mathews, Paulette, and Alex Pelizzon]
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