Program announced!

The draft program is out! We have a very full and exciting schedule starting with a Welcome to Country and Opening Lecture Wednesday morning and finishing with drinks at the Melbourne Museum on Friday night. Check the program for your scheduled panel. 

We are thrilled to welcome such a diverse group of scholars to this inaugural event. Follow us on Twitter @AusSTSgrad for updates and join the conversation using #AusSTS2019.

As always, get in touch if you have any questions, otherwise, looking forward to meeting you all in July!

Download the draft program


Day 1 & 2:
The first two days will be hosted at Deakin Downtown in Melbourne CBD. The venue is easily accessible by tram, train, and has secure onsite parking.

Deakin Downtown
Level 12, Tower 2
727 Collins Street
Melbourne Victoria 3008
Day 3:
We'll be out and about on day 3! The morning starts with a film workshop at Kino Cinemas in Melbourne CBD, then in the afternoon we head to Melbourne Museum in Carlton for a special Creative Challenge.

Kino Cinemas, 45 Collins st, Melbourne
Melbourne Museum, 11 Nicholson st, Carlton


A reminder that presentations should be 5 minutes max. and should be framed as a question, problem, or provocation that can be understood by an interdisciplinary audience.

Rooms include projectors with PC laptop as well as HDMI cables if you wish to use your own. If you are a mac user, please provide your own cable and adaptors for a HDMI connection. 

Public Events

Two of our events will be open to the public: Jack Halberstam's keynote lecture on Thursday 4 July, and the 'Film and Political Possibility' workshop on Friday 5 July. Members of the public must register using the Eventbrite links below to attend. Feel free to share to friends, family, colleagues etc. 

All workshop participants are automatically registered for the Halberstam keynote lecture, but you must register separately to attend the film workshop. Please use promotional code 'AusSTS2019' to reserve your place.

The end of workshop social drinks will be held at Melbourne Museum's monthly live music event Nocturnal. This is a regular event organised by the Museum for the public and features live music, food trucks, bars, and after hours access to the museum exhibitions. All workshop participants have a ticket included in their workshop registration. Friends, family, colleagues are welcome to join but will need to purchase their own tickets. 
Eventbrite registration for the keynote lecture by Jack Halberstam, Professor of Gender Studies and English at Columbia University.
Eventbrite registration for the 'Film and Political Possibilities' workshop, with short film screenings from Indigenous media group, The Karrabing Collective, and queer image maker, Anna Helme. AusSTS workshop participants register using promotional code "AusSTS2019"
Follow us on Twitter and join the conversation using the #AusSTS2019

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