Social Science Community for the Reef Symposium
Jayshree Mamtora, JCU Manager of Scholarly Communications and Researcher explaining the developments around Open Ac… https://t.co/aA8gdLTKRd02:15 PM May 11th
First Keynote for Day Two of the CASE HDR Conference Dr Ann Lawless presents “Bridge Building for Social Scientists… https://t.co/G82tMOfC6K10:20 AM Nov 25th
Sara Mohamed, PhD Candidate in Session Three - Perspectives from across the environment, presents “Rifts & Reconnec… https://t.co/vRXATQf6EX04:39 PM Nov 24th
PhD Candidate Nita Alexander in Session Three - Perspectives from across the environment, presents “(In)Action: Har… https://t.co/ec2rBGbBT604:06 PM Nov 24th
MPhil Candidate Ellie Bock opening Session Three - Perspectives from across the environment by presenting “Biocultu… https://t.co/ehwtclWmTm03:49 PM Nov 24th
PhD Candidate Elizabeth Smyth finalizing Session Two - Beyond Language, Identity and Narratives by presenting “Writ… https://t.co/SvTg2K4hER02:59 PM Nov 24th
PhD Candidate Dom Orih finalizing Session One ‘Navigating Wellbeing’ theme by presenting “The feasibility of the Fa… https://t.co/D3VXkvujkn01:09 PM Nov 24th
PhD Candidate Rebekah Lisciandro kicks off Session One ‘Navigating Wellbeing’ by presenting “The Unbalanced Researc… https://t.co/kGANHi7kR911:49 AM Nov 24th
Today!!! To register for this event, please use the link https://t.co/VAQqetiVTL All welcome #coralspawning #abctv… https://t.co/iSap7R1xp308:55 AM Nov 17th
The Blue Humanities Lab is a collaborative project, which emerged from the College of Arts, Society and Education at James Cook University (JCU) and expanded to include researchers and academics from other institutions. Situated around the issues of climate change and the ‘blue’ spaces of our world – reefs, oceans, rivers, and inland bodies of water, we critically reflect on ways the humanities and social sciences can improve our knowledge of cultures, histories, publics and practices. Founded in 2020, we explore and develop ‘blue’ approaches to interdisciplinary research and engagement in better understanding the human relationship with water or the absence of water. The Lab comprises members from disciplines including anthropology, history, literary studies, and political science.
Environmental Communication: Science Inspired and Arts Delivered. May 5 | Download flyer here. | Register your attendance here.
Falling From The Sky Exhibition: May 5-22 | Displayed at The Cairns Institute and the Lux Gallery on Nguma Bada Campus, Smithfield. | Take a sneak peek here
What Country, friends, is this? Adapting Shakespeare in Coastal North Queensland: May 8 | 12pm | Zoom: https://shorturl.at/ckuHP (password: 088794) | Download flyer here.
2023: Ecological Shakespeare in Performance Symposium, JCU, 28 April 2023
2023: Ultramarine Conversations: Blue Assembly x Blue Humanities Lab, ANU, 13 April 2023
2022: Blue Humanities Lab public seminar - Visualizing the Reef: Creating a sense of planet through natural history television on the ABC, with Professor Gay Hawkins FAHA .Institute of Culture and Society, Western Sydney University. Held Thursday 17 November 2022.
2020: The Lab presented at the ACHRC Humanities in the Regions Conference. View the presentation here.
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