Events Calendar

AARE organises a number of annual events in different locations across Australia and sponsors various other opportunities for sharing research and networking with colleagues. 

These have included:

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Wed, Sep. 23, 2020 10:00:00 — 11:00:00

‘Keep Calm and Write’ is about getting together to turn writing from a solitary experience to a social one in a relaxed and friendly environment. The event is targeting Postgraduate and Early Career Researchers, but we welcome all AARE members (and any non-members). Take this opportunity to come and work on your thesis, journal article, transcription or data analysis. The... Read more »

Educating Aboriginal children after massacre: Adorno in Australia and the culturally responsive movement

Drawing upon Adorno's essay, Education after Auschwitz, this paper investigates the role of teacher pedagogy in the memory of Australian violence and its violence to memory. The call for decolonising schools after terrible atrocities are not new.  However, unlike Australia, German and South African education systems structurally acknowledge... Read more »

Wed, Oct. 7, 2020 10:00:00 — 12:00:00

‘Seminar Practice’ is about giving you the opportunity to present an upcoming seminar, such as a Confirmation milestone for PhD or MPhil, or an upcoming conference presentation, and to receive feedback from your peers in a friendly and relaxed environment. Presentations should be approximately 20 minutes in duration and will be followed by 10 minutes of discussion and questions.To register Read more »

I am surrounded by White walls

In 1962, Oodgeroo Noonuccal wrote the poem ‘Aboriginal Charter of Rights’ for the 5th Annual General Meeting of the Federal Council for the Advancement of Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders.  In this presentation, I look to the words of Oodgeroo to guide a conversation of reflection and story about the University space, academia and my... Read more »

‘What is neoliberalism (and what are the implications for Higher Education Futures)?’

Presenters: 

Professor Tracey Bunda
Professor Bob Lingard
Dr Liz Humphries

On behalf of AARE you are invited to participate in this year's Theory Workshop Zoom, 2020. The Workshop targets ECR and HDR students and aims to make theory explicit for them through this workshop theme of Neoliberalism. Other interested colleagues might also wish... Read more »

Wed, Nov. 4, 2020 10:00:00 — 11:00:00

‘Keep Calm and Write’ is about getting together to turn writing from a solitary experience to a social one in a relaxed and friendly environment. The event is targeting Postgraduate and Early Career Researchers, but we welcome all AARE members (and any non-members). Take this opportunity to come and work on your thesis, journal article, transcription or data analysis. The... Read more »

Children and Student Voice Virtual Conference 2020Hosted by: Children and Student voice across all sectors SIG at AARE and REDI, Deakin University

Date: Monday 7 – Wednesday 9 December 2020

Time: 8.30 am to 12 noon AEST

Conference overview and aimAs economies and schools emerge from the pandemic, it is time to take an opportunity to examine how schools effectively support the needs of students by... Read more »

Nov. 28 — Dec. 2, 2021 17:00:00 — 17:00:00

AARE Conference 2021

Date claimer: Sunday 28 November – Thursday 2 December 2021, UniSA City West Campus, Adelaide.

The conference website (www.aareconference.com.au) will continue to provide latest information and we look forward to receiving your conference proposals in early 2021.

AARE will not hold a 2020 conference due to COVID-19. 

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