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.
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.
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
We are now inviting Expressions of Interest for:
Symposium: Research Presentations
Presentation title; field of research; and a 200-word research abstract identifying knowledge-making that intersects with an issue of importance in central Australia. *Note all final presentations will archived as record of conference proceedings.
Symposium and Market Stalls: Showcasing ‘Doing Innovation’
Title of act/showcase; type of activity (workshop, event, market stall); and a proposal for ‘Doing Innovation’ in any of the following formats: 200 words / 2 – 5 images / 1‑minute video. *Note all activities will be photographed and/or documented for archival purposes.
Registration for all presenters and attendees is free of charge.
Charles Darwin University
Dr Judith Lovell; email@example.com
Desert Knowledge Research Institute
Jeanette Elliot; firstname.lastname@example.org
Desert Peoples Centre
Andrew Freak; email@example.com