Below are some presentations from the conference. Please see the full program for more information.
Thursday 13th September
Plenary Session: Truth & Inquiry Panel
Dr Sabrina Caldwell (Australian National University)(Working on) Achieving Knowledge Credibility in a 'Post-Truth' World and other interdisciplinary adventures
Associate Professor George Duke (Deakin University)Truth & Inquiry
Breakout Session 1B:Disciplines and Impact - Do disciplines strengthen or act against impact?Associate Professor Antonio Tricoli (Australian National University)
Dr Glenda Caldwell (Queensland University of Technology)Creativity + Impact... Collaborate. Innovate. Create.
Plenary Session: Why STEM needs HASS
Professor Joseph Bulbulia (University of Auckland)Teams > STEM + HASS *Coming soon*
Jan Müller (National Film and Sound Archive)Presentation by NFSA/Jan Müller, shared under the CC BY-NC license.
Friday 14th September
Plenary Session: Advocacy & Partnerships Outside of the University - Cultural Institutions & Indigenous Organisations
Dr Maria Nugent (Australian National University)Shields and stones. Research collaborations with museums in Australia and Britain
Dr Diana James (Australian National University) Some images are copyright of the artist or Aboriginal organisations so cannot be downloaded and reproduced without their permission. *Coming soon*
Brenda L. Croft (Australian National University)Retrac(k)ing country and (s)kin: Walking the Wave Hill Walk Off Track (and other sites of cultural contestation)
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The 2019 DASSH conference and AGM will be hosted by ACU in Sydney, on 25-27 September. Registrations will open mid-year.
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DASSH released the "Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (HASS) Degrees: Powering Workforce Transformation Through Creativity, Critical Thinking and Human Interaction" report in November 2018.
DASSH joins with the Australian Academy of the Humanities to express concern and disappointment at the Australian Government's rejection of $4M in humanities research.
DASSH has prepared briefing papers following the Australian and New Zealand Governments' 2018-19 Budgets.
DASSH has published the "HASS Engagement and Impact" collection at the Analysis & Policy Observatory.