Navigating Competing Logics

September 6, 2022

What unlearning and relearning is involved in making interdisciplinarity really work, especially in team environments?

Diverse Knowledges — Hidden Voices

July 5, 2022

anything we call "interdisciplinarity" will include diverse ways of knowing, which means bring many voices to projects, from the outset.

DERC 2022 seminar series on responsible data science

March 25, 2022

DERC 2022 co-sponsors a series on "Responsible Data Science" with University of Cambridge's Minderoo Centre on Technology and Democracy

Digital CBD Project – Report #2 Release Event

March 24, 2022

Come along to the release of the Digital CBD Project's second report on: Thursday 7 April 2022 at 1.00 pm Register here The second report in the Digital CBD Project is...

“Shadowless Being” Keynote by Professor Michael Taussig

March 15, 2022

Professor Michael Taussig to deliver keynote address on 'Shadowless Being' on 30 March at Kaleide Theatre RMIT. Book your free ticket here. About this event: Does thought have a shape?...

DERCCHATS: Making Space for Indigenous Research

November 16, 2021

Join this lively and wide-ranging conversation, from Country to the academy, about what makes 'Indigenous knowledge' and where to next. Event date: Monday 6 December. Seminar from 2pm to 3:30pm,...

How Autoethnographic are you?

June 3, 2021

Annette Markham launches the 2021 Autoethnography PhD Summer School June 7, 2021, from 10:30-12:00 CET. Recording will be available on request

DERC hosts the first on-campus event of the year for HDR students

March 28, 2021

On March 11, 2021, the Digital Ethnography Research Centre held its first on-campus planning meeting in nearly a year.

EPIC 2020 Keynote Bruce Pascoe Caring

November 25, 2020

At the EPIC 2020 Conference Bruce Pascoe gave a keynote presentation titled Caring, featuring discussant Tyson Yunkaporta (Deakin academic, member of the Apalech Clan and author of Sand Talk) and...

Haiqing Yu seminar

July 27, 2018

Associate Professor Haiqing Yu discusses her recent research.