registration

Registrations for this event are now CLOSED: the caterers are no longer accepting additional orders.

Feel free to come along to listen to any or all of the papers, but please respect that the catered aspects of the event are restricted to registered — i.e. paying — participants.

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deadline extended!

There have been lots of requests over the last few days to extend the deadline for the CFP just a little, so we thought we’d open up this possibility for everyone still wanting to submit a proposal. Thanks to all those who got their abstracts in already — for everyone else there is now Friday, 17 July 2015 to work towards!

Seven days …

The countdown is on: seven days until the CFP closes! Abstracts have been coming in steadily since the beginning of June: if you want yours to be considered, please make sure we receive it by this time next week: 30 June 2015!

A word (or four) of thanks

Website’s up & running (if still a little skimpy on content) and some thanks are in order:

  1. to Dave Ciccoricco for patiently teaching me WordPress 101;
  2. to Rebecca Stringer for introducing me to the perfect bizarreness that isĀ  “The Isolator”: Hugo Gernsback’s 1925 invention for blocking out outside noise so as to encourage mental focus & concentration;
  3. to all three keynote speakers for enthusiastically accepting our invitation to be part of this event;
  4. to the Divison of Humanties at the University of Otago for providing the necessary seed-funding to make it happen.

Thanks!

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