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Behind the Scenes: How to Run Academic Events and Organise Collaborative Publishing

A TASA Postgraduate and ECR workshop, ‘Behind the Scenes: How to Run Academic Events and Organise Collaborative Publishing,’ will be held at Griffith University (South Bank campus) on Thursday September 27, 2018. This is a free workshop for Postgraduate and ECR members of The Australian Sociological Association.

This workshop will feature a panel with Professor Andy Bennett (Griffith) and Dr Brady Robards (Monash), chaired by Ashleigh Watson (Griffith), as well as practical activities aimed at demystifying the organisation of academic events and collaborative publishing.

This event is being run in conjunction with the Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research’s Language, Culture and Belonging Symposium (LCBS2018) – see more info about this symposium event here: https://easychair.org/cfp/LCBS2018.

The ‘Behind the Scenes’ workshop will reflect on LCBS2018 and discuss how events like this come together and why. Participants will have the opportunity to hear from and ask questions of Professor Bennett and Dr Robards, and take part in activites that practically unpack planning a symposium, securing funding, running an event, and pitching edited collections to publishers.

Lunch is included for participants.

Places are limited.

Register for this workshop here.

Abstract submissions for LCBS2018 close on June 30 2018. The Australian Sociological Association is offering one TASA Postgraduate Bursary (up to $300) for travel and accommodation costs to this symposium.

To be eligible for the TASA Postgraduate Bursary, you must have an accepted abstract for the LCBS2018 event and be a current member of TASA.

For judging, eligible candidates will be contacted by email to complete a short paragraph statement addressing the bursary criteria below. When submitting an abstract via the EasyChair submission portal, please indicate if you are eligible for this bursary.

TASA Postgraduate Bursary criteria (/100):
> Significance of research to the symposium theme (/25)
> Location/distance from the event (/25)
> Financial hardship and/or care responsibilities (where these impact on ability to pay for event) (/25)
> Commitment to TASA (ie years of membership) (/25)

The bursary will be judged by members of the LCBS2018 organising committee and the TASA Postgraduate Portfolio Leader and Subcommittee.

To submit an abstract for LCBS2018, see the Call for Papers here.

To register for the ‘Behind the Scenes’ TASA workshop, see the registration page here.

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