The AusSTS Workshop is an annual workshop meeting aimed at PhD/ECR researchers from across Australasia interested in STS research. Like many events this year, our AusSTS2020 workshop plans (originally scheduled for July in Darwin) have inevitably been postponed. While we're sad we won't be able to see you all in person, we're still committed to providing opportunities for STS researchers to meet new people and connect with each other, especially at a time when there are fewer occasions than ever to do so.
This online workshop series is broken into 4 weeks: 1 x keynote session, 3 x interactive workshop sessions.
Register for a single event or all of them. Whatever works for you 🙂
Each session has a different theme and is facilitated by a different group of STS researchers. These sessions broadly ask: what does "participating" in research look like since COVID-19? While COVID-19 has closed access off to some archives, how might new archives now be made available? And finally, how might we use this current moment as a starting point to rethink what "business as usual" research might look like?
Thurs 16 Jul, 10am - 11:30am AEST:
Keynote address: Associate Professor Adia Benton (Register here)
Thurs 23 Jul, 10am - 11:30am AEST:
Session 1: Participating in research now (Register here)
Thurs 30 Jul, 10am - 11:30am AEST:
Session 2: Digital life as an archive (Register here)
Thurs 6 Aug, 10am - 11: 30am AEST:
Session 3: Disruption, opportunity and re/arranging STS research (Register here)