Other conferences & events
11th Australasian Plant Conservation Conference (APCC11) 2016
La Trobe University and the Australian Network for Plant Conservation (ANPC) are pleased to present the 11th Australasian Plant Conservation Conference (APCC11) to be held from the 14th - 18th November 2016 at the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, Melbourne. APCC11 aims to bring plant conservation scientists and practitioners together to discuss how best to approach the key threats to plant conservation in Australia. http://anpc.asn.au/conferences/2016
Combined Australian Entomological Society 47th AGM and Entomological Society of New Zealand Conference will be held at Rydges on Swaston, Melbourne, Victoria, 27 - 30 November 2016.
More details http://www.aesconferences.com.au/
ŒRoze a Wail¹ : Whales, Whaling and Dreaming
29-30 September 2016, Australian Indigenous Studies, The University of Melbourne
The conference is grounded in Indigenous peoples¹ connection with whales through ritual, song and story; and post-contact, their involvement in the whaling industry and the impact of whaling on their lives and culture. The conference encourages diverse contexts for discussion; for example, historical, sociological, cultural, literary, philosophical, scientific, artistic, ecological and economic perspectives. As well as papers that present Indigenous stories of whales and whaling, we are also interested in representations of Indigenous peoples and practices in literature, film and visual art. Key texts in this area might include Kim Scott¹s That Deadman Dance, Herman Melville¹s Moby Dick and the novel and film of Witi Ihimaera¹s The Whale Rider. We especially welcome contributions that combine analysis with the experiential narratives of whales and nature-based lifestyles. Expressions of interest should be sent to the Secretary, ŒRoze a Wail¹ conference at firstname.lastname@example.org. A formal call for papers will be made in early 2016. We thank Kim Scott for his permission to use ŒRoze a Wail¹ (quoted from the opening pages of That Deadman Dance) as our conference title.
Society for Conservation Biology 4th Oceania Congress
The Society for Conservation Biology (SCB) Oceania section is proud to team up with the University of Queensland Centre for Biodiversity and Conservation Science (CBCS) to host the 4th Oceania Congress for Conservation Biology (OCCB) to be held on July 6-8, 2016 in Brisbane, Australia.
12th International Mammalogical Congress
Perth, Western Australia, 9 – 14 July 2017
The International Mammalogical Congress is the premier international mammal conference, sponsored every four years by the IFM. It provides an important forum for professional mammalogists wishing to remain Wallabyupdated on the latest marine and terrestrial mammal conservation topics, research concepts and techniques. IMC12 will bring together the diverse global community of professionals and students in the field of mammalian biology and facilitate collaboration through our international network of practitioners.