Events

The Institute for Culture and Society hosts a range of events throughout the year from international conferences to seminars, workshops and book launches.

Upcoming Events

ICS Seminar Series

The ICS Seminar Series will return in 2018.

International Conference on Diversity and Disability Inclusion in Muslim Societies: Experiences from Asia

The Institute for Culture and Society is proud to be a co-organiser of the International Conference on Diversity and Disability Inclusion in Muslim Societies: Experiences from Asia in partnership with Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University (UIN Jakarta) and the Institute for Religion, Politics and Society at the Australian Catholic University. The conference will held in Jakarta, Indonesia from 21-22 November 2017.

Inventing Collateral Damage: The Changing Moral Economy of War International Workshop 

The Inventing Collateral Damage workshop will be held at Western Sydney University on 21-22 November 2017 as part of ICS School-Based Member Dr Jessica Whyte's Australian Research Council DECRA Project, 'The Invention of Collateral Damage and the Changing Moral Economy of War'. 

Library as Infrastructure

We invite workshop participants keen to explore how libraries are innovating their services, spaces and collections to meet the needs of diverse communities. The event on 11 December will involve a range of speakers and activities to identify the interrelationship between people, places and digital platforms to understand how ‘library as infrastructure’ (Mattern, 2014) is being transformed.

Knowledge/Culture/Ecologies International Conference 2017

Knowledge / Culture / Ecologies International Conference - Universidad Diego Portales, Santiago, Chile - November 15-18 2017 written over aerial view of Earth.

The Institute for Culture and Society will co-host the Knowledge/Culture/Ecologies international conference at Universidad Diego Portales, Santiago, Chile from 15–18 November 2017.

As the idea of the ecological has undergone massive renovation across numerous disciplines from geography to philosophy to science and beyond, the key aim of this conference is to explore current transformations in socioecologies and to generate knowledge practices capable of understanding their formation and complex reverberations.

Researching Post-Capitalist Possibilities: PhD Summer School and One Day Conference

The Community Economies Strategic Initiative at the Institute for Culture and Society will host the Researching Post-Capitalist Possibilities PhD Summer School and One Day Conference in Sydney in January 2018.

Knowledge/Culture/Technology International Conference 2018

The Digital Cultures: Knowledge/Culture/Technology International Conference will be held from 19-22 September at Leuphana University of Lüneburg, Germany. Further information will be available shortly.

Past Events

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