Conference Schedule

Time Event Details Location
8:30–9:00 Registration  
9:10–10:00 Opening remarks

Welcoming Remarks:
Professor Shirley Scott, Head of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, UNSW Canberra

Keynote Address:
Associate Professor Bina D’Costa, Australian National University,
Learning to be a compassionate academic

Chair: Dr Umut Ozguc

Lecture Theatre 1 
10:00–10:30 Morning tea Foyer Lecture Theatre South, Building 30
10:30–12:00 Session 1 Regional Powers, Geopolitics and International Law — Panel 1 Lecture Theatre 2
  Session 1 New Directions in Education — Panel 2 Lecture Theater 4
  Session 1 Philosophical Interventions: Justice, Morality and Ethics — Panel 3 Lecture Theatre 5
  Session 1 Women, Empowerment and Development — Panel 4 Seminar Room 2
  Session 1 Learning from Australian History — Panel 5 Seminar Room 1
12:00–13:00 Lunch Foyer Lecture Theatre South, Building 30
13:00–14:30 Session 2 Civic Spaces and Political Contestations in Indonesia — Panel 6 Lecture Theatre 2
  Session 2 Ethnic Conflicts, Statebuilding and Violence — Panel 7 Lecture Theater 4
  Session 2 Linguistics, Language Policies and Digital Tools — Panel 8 Lecture Theatre 5
  Session 2 Indigenous Voices — Panel 9 Seminar Room 2
  Session 2 Contested Spaces of Security: Terrorism, Migration and Climate Change — Panel 10 Seminar Room 1
  Session 2 UNSW Canberra Honours Presentations — Panel 11 Lecture Theatre 3
14:30–15:00 Afternoon tea Foyer Lecture Theatre South,Building 30
15:00–16:30 Session 3 Development, Economy and Governance: An Indonesian Case — Panel 12 Lecture Theatre 2
  Session 3 Reading Literary Text Against the Grain — Panel 13 Lecture Theatre 4
  Session 3 Redefining National Interest and Security — Panel 14 Lecture Theatre 5
  Session 3 The Future of Democracy and Citizen Engagements — Panel 15 Seminar Room 2
  Session 3 UNSW Canberra Honours Presentations — Panel 16 Lecture Theatre 3
16:4017:00 Professor Anthony Burke,
School of Humanities and Social Sciences, UNSW Canberra,
Presentation of Prizes and Closing Remarks
 
 
Foyer Lecture Theatre South,Building 30