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Research Day

Wednesday, 5 June, 9:30 am5:00 pm AEST

Research students and staff of the University of Divinity will join together for a vibrant day, exploring the outstanding research and scholarship amongst our community across theological disciplines.

Research Day will be held at St Athanasius College’s city campus, Eporo Tower. Located in the centre of Melbourne CBD, at 285 La Trobe Street, the venue is easily accessed from Melbourne Central Railway Station and all city trams. Here, modern facilities are compellingly complimented by richly decorated art and iconography depicting historical figures of the Coptic Orthodox Church.

Plenary Sessions will include:

  • Dr Rosemary Canavan: ‘Honoured and Remembered: The Women of the Lycus Valley’
  • Kerrie Burn on library research matters

and the day will conclude with:

  • Professor Paul Oslington on ERA journal ranking

Program

Read the program using the button below. Please note the program is subject to change without notice.

2019 Research Day Program

Catering

Standard options for catering will be available on the day including vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free.

Live-stream

Some of the plenary sessions will be live-streamed, with the link posted on Vox on the day of the event.

Watch the live-streams

Details

Date:
Wednesday, 5 June
Time:
9:30 am–5:00 pm
Event Category:

Organiser

John McDowell
Email:
jmcdowell@divinity.edu.au

Venue

Eporo Tower
285 La Trobe Street
Melbourne, VIC 3000 Australia
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