CALL FOR DELEGATES – Voice of Humanities Conference
Voice of Humanities Student-led Conference
Thursday 21 March 2013
Graduate Centre, Students’ Union, Cardiff University
Keynote address: Dr Andrew Edgar School of English, Communication and Philosophy) ‘Postemotional Society and the Philosophy of Sport’
Registration is now open for delegates for the 8th and largest ever Voice of Humanities Conference. The Voice of Humanities is a popular interdisciplinary conference organised by postgraduate researchers within Cardiff University.
With over 20 speakers, this year’s conference brings together a range of papers around a number of themes: communication in the modern world, frontiers, borders and individuals in conflict, disempowerment, religious and migration studies, and Welsh identity.
Speakers are all postgraduates or independent researchers at the cutting edge of their fields. The interdisciplinary nature of the conference brings together an impressive range of perspectives and approaches. From post modernism, linguistics and discourse analysis to ancient history, musicology and psychoanalysis, the conference is an ideal opportunity for intellectually stimulating networking.
Alongside our speakers, we also have a range of posters displaying new and exciting research from a variety of humanities disciplines.
The conference is free, but anyone wishing to attend is asked to book in advance. For further information and to download a booking form, please click here or email VoiceOfHumanities@cf.ac.uk