Knowledge Frontiers Forum
with The British Academy
11-12 November 2019, Brisbane
The British Academy and the Australian Academy of the Humanities are jointly hosting a special event for humanities, arts and social science Early Career Researchers (ECRs) – the Knowledge Frontiers Forum on the ‘The Future’ – to take place Monday 11 and Tuesday 12 November 2019 in Brisbane.
This special event will bring together up to forty ECRs (understood as up to seven years after obtaining a PhD) from the UK, Australia and the Pacific region to discuss key questions around the futures theme.
This has been broadly envisaged, and areas of expected discussion include experiences of rapid social and cultural change, evolving notions of heritage, imaginations of the future, environmental futures, and co-designing and producing knowledge in the future.
Recognising the contribution of Indigenous knowledge to discussions of the future, applications from Indigenous researchers working across these thematic areas are encouraged.
The Forum will occur during the pinnacle week of events to celebrate the Australian Academy of the Humanities’ 50th anniversary, to be held in Brisbane from Monday 11 November to Friday 15 November. The week includes our premier event – the annual Symposium – two public lectures and number of professional development opportunities for ECRs.
We are grateful to our event partner, the QUT Digital Media Research Centre, for their support.