28 September 2015, 8:30am - 5:30pm

Robert Webster Building  |  Rooms 327, 306 and 332
Map reference G14


New Frontiers is a student-led symposium directed towards an investigation of the boundaries of research and practice within the humanities, creative arts and media.

It encourages work from postgraduate researchers, early-career researchers and independent academics who seek to probe the perimeters of theory and practice.

The symposium will consider how advancements in technology, theory, practice and/or criticism are at work within the current cultural climate.

This is an annual postgraduate student conference organised by the School of the Arts and Media (SAM) at UNSW. The conference is aimed at postgraduate and early career researchers across multiple fields and disciplines. Participants will present papers addressing the value of arts more broadly across cinema, literature, theatre, music, technology, creative writing, gender studies, performance practice and much more.

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Keynote speakers

Nicole MooreKristie Miller

Associate Professor Nicole Moore is an Australian Research Council Future Fellow in English literary studies at UNSW Canberra. Read more here.

Kristie Miller is Ass. Professor of Philosophy at University of Sydney. In 2009 she was awarded a University of Sydney DVC Postdoctoral Research Fellowship. Since 2011, she has been a Senior ARC Research Fellow. Dr Miller is currently joint Director of the Centre for Time. Read more here.

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Image: Untitled by James Harney, 2015