Tenth Humanities Graduate Research Conference
5th – 6th November, 2009
This year we celebrate the tenth annual Humanities Graduate Research Conference through the theme of ‘Creative Margins.’ As researchers we often find ourselves working at the edges of our disciplinary fields as we search for new ways of approaching knowledge or an understanding of the world around us. We recognise that these creative leaps at the margins of the field, the slippages between one discursive framework and another, the liminal zones of practice, that enrich and enliven scholarship, producing the edgy, the groundbreaking, the stimulating, that push creative intellectual boundaries, often are sited in the first-stage research community: the honours, postgraduate and early career researchers.
In this interdisciplinary conference we want to hear and see the creative re-visioning that honours, postgraduate and early career researchers are imagining, working through, and experimenting with. We welcome oral presentations, posters or creative production, individual or collaborative, that articulate and visualise the research you are undertaking as you work in the creative margins.
These online proceedings were published on the 11 November 2010.