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Adventure in Culture and Technology (ACAT) Seminar Series

The Centre for Culture and Technology presents the ACAT monthly seminar series. These seminars allow our researchers to disseminate and communicate their research to their fellow CCAT members and the broader university.

Australian Academy of the Humanities 48th Annual Symposium

The Academy’s 48th Symposium will commence the afternoon of Wednesday 15 November at the University of Western Australia, with the main program on Thursday 16 and Friday 17 November at the WA Maritime Museum in Fremantle.


  • Do Books have a Future?

    On 2-3 November 2017, CCAT Director Lucy Montgomery delivered a well-received research seminar at ACIAC, Western Sydney University

  • CCAT Researchers Shine

    Tama Leaver and Katie Ellis both receive awards at the 2017 Humanities Research Celebration.

  • Extinction Studies: Stories of Time, Death, and Generations

    The Columbia University Press blog has featured the new book Extinction Studies: Stories of Time, Death, and Generations, edited by Deborah Bird Rose, Thom van Dooren and CCAT’s Matthew Chrulew. You can enter a book giveaway and read in full both the editors’ introduction, “Telling Extinction Stories”, and the afterword by philosopher Vinciane Despret, “It Is an Entire World That Has Disappeared”.

  • CCAT Adjunct Crystal Abidin Guest Professor in Denmark

    From 31 July to 11 August 2017, CCAT Adjunct Research Fellow Dr Crystal Abidin was invited to be Guest Professor at the “Digital Living: Identities and Complexities" Summer School at Aarhus University in Denmark.

  • "Field Philosophy and Other Experiments"

    CCAT's Matthew Chrulew presented in Paris.

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