Critical Futures Symposium

Agnieszka Golda and Martin Johnson, “Slow Force” (2018)

Thursday 8th November 2018, 8:30am-5pm

Contemporary art and writing, expanded studies in new media, screen and digital cultures, and the environmental humanities all share the need to reframe and reclaim a critical future. Through a series of structured panel discussions and working groups the C3P Critical Futures Symposium challenges an interdisciplinary mix of researchers to approach a potential future that embraces new modalities of care, generosity, performativity, intimacy, vulnerability, and connection across bodies, ecologies, communities and objects.

Speakers: Renee Barnes (University of the Sunshine Coast), Alex Bevan (University of Queensland), Louise Boscacci (UOW), Aaron Burton (UOW), Tim Corballis (Victoria University), Anne Collett (UOW), Christine Eriksen and Susan Ballard (UOW), Jennifer Hamilton (University of New England), Christine Howe and Kate Middleton (UOW), Jade Kennedy (UOW), Joshua Lobb (UOW), Catherine McKinnon (UOW), Scott McKinnon (UOW), Renee Middlemost (UOW), Teodor Mitew (UOW), Chris Moore (UOW), Jack Ross (Massey University), Sue Turnbull (UOW), Gordon Waitt (UOW), and Ika Willis (UOW).

Numbers limited, please contact for more information.

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