What will the future of Humanities research look like?

The Humanities and Social Sciences are a large and diverse group of disciplines that are vital to understanding and shaping society at large. Yet these disciplines are also affected by the evolution of research practice and social, cultural, economic, scientific and political changes in society. The panel will reflect on today's research practice and drivers of change to consider what Humanities and Social Sciences research might look like in 10 or 15 years.

The panel - featuring Professor Michael Haugh, Associate Professor Anna Johnston, Professor Greg Marston and Dr Karin Sellberg - will open with a few words from Professor Tim Dunne followed by a brief opening statement from each panellist. Professor Joanne Tompkins will be moderating questions submitted by the audience via sli.do on their mobile devices.

The discussion is scheduled to run for one hour followed by refreshments until 3:00pm.

Monday 13 February 2017
1:30pm to 3:00pm
Terrace Room, Sir Llew Edwards Building (24)

Refreshments will be served and registration is free - RSVP here.


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Terrace Room
Sir Llew Edwards Building (24)
University of Queensland
St Lucia