Final chance to be part of DevNet Conference on Disruption and Renewal - Abstracts due tomorrow!
Kia ora koutou,
The Call for Papers for DevNet’s 10th Biennal Conference is now open! The Call will close on Monday 2 July. Please see the full Call for Papers below.
Aotearoa New Zealand International Development Studies Network (DevNet) 10th Biennial Conference: “Disruption and Renewal”,
5th to 7th December 2018,
University of Canterbury, Christchurch (New Zealand).
“Disruption and Renewal” is evocative of key issues in international development, from climate disruption affecting the Pacific and Asia, to political disruptions in the region such as the refugee crisis in Myanmar and its effects on Bangladesh. Disruption and renewal also closely resonates with the people of Canterbury, given our experiences with the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes, and the more recent 2016 earthquake in Kaikoura.
We invite paper proposals that address and problematise “Disruption and Renewal” within the broad field of international development studies. We particularly encourage papers that build on ‘disruptive’ scholarships and/or tackle ‘renewal’ as a space of hopeful possibility, innovation and practical policy recommendation for the future.
Abstracts can be submitted through the online form. You will need to provide the following information:
· Title of the paper;
· Abstract: maximum 200 words;
· Up to five keywords;
· Name(s) of author(s), affiliations and full contact details;
· Who will be presenting the paper;
· The type of session to which you are submitting.
Abstracts must be submitted to one of the following sessions:
1. Contributed paper sessions: Open abstract submission on any development-related topic. Papers submitted to these sessions will be grouped with other similar papers.
2. Themed sessions: Six of the sessions included in the conference are inviting abstracts on the following specific topics (please visit the conference website for a more detailed description of these sessions):
a) ‘A Politics of Critique and Hope: towards a development that works’
b) ‘Disruptive politics of resource extraction: pathways to renewal in extractive industries and development’
c) ‘Humanitarians of Aotearoa New Zealand Past and Present’
d) ‘Moving paradigms: dance and social transformation in the South Pacific’
e) ‘Selling ethics: is ethical certification driving ethical development?’
f) ‘The land has eyes and teeth, and also heart and spirit: economic development on customary land in the Pacific’
3. Student session: Postgraduate students are encouraged, but not required, to submit abstracts of their research proposals or preliminary results in this session. Speakers will be limited to 5 minutes and presentations will be eligible for a prize.
· No conference proceedings will be published following the conference. Only the paper title, authors, keywords, and abstract will be placed on the internet.
· Presentations for contributed papers will be allocated a maximum time of 12 minutes.
· Delegates may submit and present one paper each (but may appear as co-author on additional papers or contribute in another capacity in panel or workshop sessions).
· More information about the conference registration process and costs can be found on the conference website.
· Early Bird Registration Opens: 14 May 2018
· Abstract submission deadline: 2 July 2018
· Notification of Acceptance: by 10 August
· Early Bird Registration Deadline: 31 August 2018
· Presenter Registration Deadline: 30 September 2018
The Aotearoa New Zealand International Development Studies Network (DevNet) is an interface amongst people and organisations working in or researching international development. It facilitates the exchange of ideas, information and research amongst staff and students in Development Studies and related disciplines, and other stakeholders in development. These include aid and development NGOs, private sector development practitioners and government (especially the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade). The network closely follows the key strategic priorities of MFAT, including a strong Pacific focus in our events. DevNet biennial conferences are Aotearoa New Zealand's largest conferences on international development.
· For more information on the conference: http://devnet2018
· Questions? Contact the organisers: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kelly (Conference chair)
Kelly Dombroski | Senior Lecturer Pűkenga Matua
Department of Geography Te Tari o Mâtai Matawhenua |University of Canterbury Te Whare Wânanga o Waitaha
Private Bag 4800, Christchurch Ôtautahi 8140, Aotearoa New Zealand | PH: +64 3 3694101
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Dombroski, K. (2018) Learning to be affected: Maternal connection, intuition and “elimination communication”. Emotion, Space and Society, 26:72-79https://doi.org/10.1016/j.emospa.2017.09.004
Gibson-Graham, J.K, J. Cameron, K. Dombroski, S. Healy, E. Miller & Community Economies Collective. (2017) Cultivating Community Economies: Tools for building a liveable world. In The Next System Project, eds. G. Alperovitz & J. Speth. Free version: http://thenextsystem.org/cultivating-community-economies/.
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