Knowledge Intersections Symposium
The symposium encourages dissemination of research through publication and welcomes early-career researchers.
2021 KNOWLEDGE INTERSECTIONS SYMPOSIUM:
Doing innovation and communicating knowledge in central Australia
This year’s theme invites the sharing of research and the contribution of practice and innovation to knowledge-making and communication for the benefit of central Australian people and country.
The Symposium extends its previous research exchange to include creative and cultural practices, and micro-enterprise in the stream: Doing Innovation.
In addition to previous year’s traditional symposium theme, the 2021 Knowledge Intersections Symposium will host both symposium and innovative practice events.
Join in to present, network, seek synergies, and find those intersections that strengthen our ways of making, thinking and exchanging knowledge through research and innovation.
20 – 21 September 2021 at the Desert Knowledge Precinct
(475 Stuart Highway, Alice Springs NT 0873)
Co-hosted by Charles Darwin University,
Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education,
Desert Knowledge Research Institute,
and Desert Peoples Centre.
Monday, 20 September: 6:00 pm — 8:00 pm
Welcome function for all participants to network and share their stories.
Tuesday, 21 September: 8:00 am — 4:30 pm
Symposium and Innovation streams with presentations, yarning sessions, mini-workshops, roundtables, and a plenary sessions to review highlights. A pop-up marketplace will be held over lunch.
Register to attend Knowledge Intersections Symposium 2021. [Expressions of Interest to present are now closed.]
Charles Darwin University
Dr Judith Lovell; firstname.lastname@example.org
Desert Knowledge Research Institute
Tracy Jones; email@example.com
Desert Peoples Centre
Andrew Freak; firstname.lastname@example.org