HUMCASS Colloquium Series
1. An informal meeting for the exchange of views.
2. An academic seminar on a broad field of study, usually led by a different lecturer at each meeting.
HUMCASS represents a very broad mix of disciplines. The fortnightly colloquium series provides an opportunity to showcase that variety in an informal, collegial environment. Presentations may represent completed, in-progress or planned work, and sessions may be delivered by one or multiple presenters. In all colloquium sessions the overarching intention is to start a conversation focused on, but not limited to, the presenter's own field of research; and in so doing seek to support, foster and facilitate a vibrant research culture within HUMCASS and across the Gippsland Campus.
All sessions will be held in 1N 207 from 1-2 pm on Thursdays.
|2||29 July 2010||George Van Doorn||Haptics can 'lend a hand' to a bionic eye|
|4||12 Aug 2010||Robyn Heckenberg||Industry engagement and collaboration on the Murray River: working as a researcher with local Government and Aboriginal community|
|6||26 Aug 2010||Louise North
|The gender 'problem' in journalism education
Ferals of the fourth estate: the untold story of community newspapers
|8||9 Sept 2010||Ian McGinn||Commonwealth Aboriginal policy in the Northern Territory 1911-1939|
|10||23 Sept 2010||Joanie Smith
|Consequences and accountability in men's behaviour change
Cultural safety and educational change
|12||14 Oct 2010||James Gomez
|The role of university and PR education|
All sessions will be held in 1N207 from 1pm - 2pm on Thursdays.
|2||11 Mar 2010||Damien Maye||Local food networks and food security: where now?|
|4||25 Mar 2010||Michelle Duffy||Sound Place Affect|
|6||15 Apr 2010||Robyn Heckenberg||The Diaspora of Memory Identity and Place|
|8||29 Apr 2010||Stuart Levy||Preparing Bradley for University and University for Bradley: Low SES student transition and retention at a regional university|
|10||13 May 2010||James Gomez||Social Media and Opposition Parties: Facebook Politics in Singapore and Malaysia|
|12||27 May 2010||Rebecca Cameron||Justice, Order and the Sovereign Identity: The Importance of Human Rights in Constructing International Stability|