The SSEAC Emerging Scholars Conference provides a forum to bring together expertise on Southeast Asia from postgraduates and early career researchers at the University of Sydney and beyond.
Who: Higher Degree by Research Students and Early Career Researchers with interests in Southeast Asia
When: Monday 20 June 2022 from 10:00am (AEST)
Where: Online via Zoom and in-person on Camperdown Campus, University of Sydney
This conference is an opportunity for postgraduates and early career researchers working on Southeast Asia-related topics to present their research in preparation for upcoming conferences. It’s also a chance for academics, practitioners and the wider community to engage with the next generation of Southeast Asia research excellence.
The conference is multidisciplinary, with sessions organised across SSEAC’s five areas of research strength to go beyond disciplinary boundaries:
This conference will be delivered in hybrid form, meaning you can choose to deliver your presentation in person or online.
Note: Participants from the University of Sydney are required to attend the SSEAC Public Speaking Workshop on 7 June 2022.
To be advised.
To present at this conference, applicants must be:
* Speakers from the University of Sydney are required to attend the SSEAC Public Speaking Workshop on Tuesday 7 June 2022.
** A fully vaccinated person is a person who has received the number of doses required for a complete course of a COVID-19 vaccine. For further information on vaccination requirements, please visit the Australian Government website.
Email any queries about the conference to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre reserves the right to cancel this program on short notice. The Sydney Southeast Asia Centre will be closely monitoring the situation and following NSW Health Advice to assess all risks associated with the program’s activities, and will notify participants of any changes to the program. In participating in this program, all individuals will be required to follow social distancing and good hygiene practices so as to reduce the risk of infection with COVID-19.