ANU SOA&D Graduate Conference

The Graduate Student Conference provides the opportunity for post-graduate students to meet as a group and discuss their research, present papers, receive feedback, and form networks with other researchers. It showcases students studying either a Master of Philosophy (MPhil) or a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD).

Graduate students presenting at this conference include PhD candidates Scott Chaseling, Blanche Tilden, Krykana (Yui) Kongpetch, Thomas O’Hara, Rebecca Nevin Berger, Naomi Zouwer, Brian Corr, Khadeeja Althagafi, Kate Murphy, and MPhil students Katie Hayne and Charlotte (Sue) Banks.

Special guest speaker Dr Frances Gray, Senior Honorary Research Fellow from the School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Queensland, will give a presentation and a Seminar Workshop Session.

The public are invited to attend.

Image: Khadeeja Althagafi, Zibrij Tala (detail), convertible jewelry piece, sterling silver + red agate, 1.54 x 3cm. Photograph: Monica Styles.

Updated:  14 April 2017/Responsible Officer:  Head of School/Page Contact:  CASS Marketing & Communications