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Let me hear your voice
Monday, 19 April, 7:30 pm–9:30 pm AEST
Speaker: Erin Sessions
How Song of Songs models the primary prevention of Domestic and Family Violence – a critical introduction.
Location: Morling College and online
This year we will resume meeting on the Morling Campus in the ground floor Library Seminar Room 105 of the MALC at 5 Saunders Close, Macquarie Park NSW 2113. The seminars will also be live-streamed via https://zoom.us/j/95286007389.
About Morling College Research Seminars
Conversation and community are integral to both college life and scholarly practice. Morling College research seminars are an essential component of our programme for faculty and HDR students. They serve a number of aims:
- To create and enhance an experience of scholarly community for HDR students and faculty, as both an expression of and a contribution to the college’s research culture;
- To develop HDR students and faculty as both researchers and communicators of their research so as to—
- complement supervision processes in developing HDR students
- enable HDR students and faculty to be conscious and critical exponents of well-understood research methodologies
- hone the skills of HDR students and faculty as researchers
- enhance their ability to communicate their research to fellow-researchers in their own discipline as well as in other disciplines
- To give HDR students and faculty the opportunity to learn from other disciplines, and to test their own work against the questions of other researchers, including those from other disciplines and perspectives.
We will normally hold 7 seminars each year (3 each semester, and a HDR student research day in 2nd semester). They will include a mix of short papers, open forums and long papers, and will include presentations from HDR students, faculty, honorary researchers and guests.