Sound Matters Virtual Symposium - Call for Participation

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Are you interested in, passionate about or working on the possibilities of using audio to create, shape, and distribute scientific and academic research to the public? Submit a proposal/abstract for our upcoming virtual symposium "Sound Matters: Interdisciplinary Explorations Into Audio Knowledge Production" in collaboration with the South African Research Chair in Science Communication and the South African Journal of Science. To participate, submit a 300-word proposal and a 100-word bio (in one document) by 9 October 2023. We welcome suggestions for presentations of individual or collaborative contributions, panels, or showcases of audio scholarship. More info here: https://lnkd.in/dQiGY6Z4. No conference or registration fees!
3 Oct 2023 English South Africa Philosophy · Social Sciences

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