Past conferences and meetings

Each year, the DASSH Council hosts a Conference in conjunction with its Annual General Meeting (AGM).

To view an event program, please click on the relevant event title link.

Conference 2018
Australian National University
Canberra

Conference 2017
La Trobe University
Melbourne

Conference 2016
University of Tasmania
Hobart

Conference 2015
Flinders University
Glenelg

Conference 2014
University of Queensland
Brisbane

Conference 2013
Macquarie University
Sydney

Conference 2012
Australian National University
Canberra

Conference 2011
James Cook University
Magnetic Island

Conference 2010
University of Western Australia
Fremantle

Conference 2009
University of Newcastle
Newcastle

Conference 2008
Monash University
Melbourne

Conference 2007
Charles Darwin University
Darwin

Conference 2006
Griffith Canberra
Gold Coast

Conference 2005
University of Auckland
Auckland

Conference 2004
University of Adelaide
Adelaide

Conference 2003
University of Technology
Sydney

Conference 2002
James Cook University
Townsville

Conference 2001
Deakin & Victoria Universities
Melbourne

Past events

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2018 Peter Karmel Forum: ‘Experts? Who needs ‘em?’ Promoting the Value of Expertise in Decision-Making in Australia’s Future

Wednesday 12 September 2018, 12.30pm, The National Portrait Gallery

Join DASSH and the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia for this Social Sciences Week event. Featuring Sarah Burr — Senior Adviser, Department of Prime Minister & CabinetLinda Botterill — FASSA, Professor, School of Government & Policy, UCCarolyn Hendriks — Associate Professor, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANUand Deborah Lupton — FASSA, Professor, Faculty of Arts & Design, UC the forum seeks to examine how experts can effect positive change and remain relevant in a post-truth society. Click on this link for more information.

Past events

DASSH_Past-events_decision-making

2018 Peter Karmel Forum: ‘Experts? Who needs ‘em?’ Promoting the Value of Expertise in Decision-Making in Australia’s Future

Wednesday 12 September 2018, 12.30pm, The National Portrait Gallery

Join DASSH and the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia for this Social Sciences Week event. Featuring Sarah Burr — Senior Adviser, Department of Prime Minister & CabinetLinda Botterill — FASSA, Professor, School of Government & Policy, UCCarolyn Hendriks — Associate Professor, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANUand Deborah Lupton — FASSA, Professor, Faculty of Arts & Design, UC the forum seeks to examine how experts can effect positive change and remain relevant in a post-truth society. Click on this link for more information.

Social Sciences Week, 9–15 September 2019

Australia-wide

DASSH is pleased to join with the Australian Sociological Association, the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology, the Australian Anthropology Society, the Australian Political Studies Association, the Council for the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences and the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia in supporting the second annual Social Sciences Week; a week-long series of events to showcase the impact of the social sciences. For a full list of events taking place around Australia visit the Social Sciences Week website.

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Social Sciences Week, 9–15 September 2019

Australia-wide

DASSH is pleased to join with the Australian Sociological Association, the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology, the Australian Anthropology Society, the Australian Political Studies Association, the Council for the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences and the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia in supporting the second annual Social Sciences Week; a week-long series of events to showcase the impact of the social sciences. For a full list of events taking place around Australia visit the Social Sciences Week website.

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13–15 September 2017, La Trobe University, Melbourne

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31 August – 2 September 2016

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