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The style guide we need to use for our content is at http://transformationsjournal.org/style_guide.shtml field trip February 22 Writing Up drop in Sessions (come for all or part) February 23 2pm+ 9.4.32 February 28 12:30pm+ 9.4.32 March 10 12pm+ 9.4.3 Roundtable discussion Evaluating/Discussing/Supporting Posthumanism reading group March 2 5pm 9.4.32 (this the regular meeting time but …

The posthumanism and ecocritical group within non/fictionLab are having a second research day at the [Abbotsford Convent](http://abbotsfordconvent.com.au/). This builds upon the first day and is the second intensive step toward an experimental research publication. On this second day (aim for 9:30 coffees for a 10am kick off) we will: 1.have read the material that was …

A reminder, Thursday February 2 5pm reading group kicks off again. On the agenda is the Bird Rose (http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue20/Rose.pdf) and the introduction to Mol (http://vogmae.dropmark.com/288306/9101363). I’ve also added Mol’s lengthy conclusion, if interested (http://vogmae.dropmark.com/288306/9279614) YMMV. Also need your writings from Lab Day One (https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B6XGJqmsT1P2NHpDOExLQjJxZms) by Thursday Feb 2 at LATEST. Thursday February 9th we at …

@ the UWH – idoc tool design

Last Friday in the UWH the ‘idoc tool design workshop’ was completed by a small but enthusiastic group of collaborators, who stayed the distance by eating the entire pumpkin tea loaf cooked for the occasion – (for those who requested the recipe I found this online).  The workshop followed a couple of steps in the …

Tuesday November 15 we have an editing and writing intensive for non/fictionLab. Location: Abbotsford Convent, the Bishop’s Parlour (probably my age but surely there’s a cavalcade of Dave Allen jokes available) Time: 9:30 for 10am kick off (we will begin 10am sharp) Food: we would like everyone to bring a contribution for a shared lunch. …

The Braided Essay workshop with Nicole Walker

Most essays, are, in some way, braided. Even a traditional New Yorker essay focuses tightly on, for example, Bill Clinton’s personal background then zooms out to provide the reader a picture of the political Arkansan landscape in the 1960s. The braid lets the facts of experience and facts of the world to play upon each other …

Academic Making Studio 1

non/fictionLab’s first academic making studio was held on August 4th. Well attended, this has emerged from our regular writing workshops to be a more focussed set of workshops for the second half of this year with the intention for all participants to have an article submitted to a journal by Christmas. After introductions the first …

HDR Day Out

On Monday non/fictionLab offered a full day of conversation and workshopping off campus at the very lovely Ceres Environment Park for our higher degree cohort. About a dozen or so students came, and after some introductory getting to know each other games, we built an agenda for the day. The key things that emerged that …

Posthumanism and  Nonfiction Group

A reading come research group within the non/fictionLab is forming around the broad and loose themes of posthumanism, ecoaesthetics, and whatever it is you want to use to name speculative realism and its constellation of near and far avatars. The first reading will be the first two bits of Jane Bennett’s Vibrant Matter. The reading …

non/fictionLab researcher David Carlin led a week-long workshop in June, in partnership with the Adelaide Festival and the Major Festivals Initiative, investigating the potential translation of his book The Abyssinian Contortionist (UWAP, 2015) into a stage performance work. David worked with director Kate Champion, producer Ali Barker and performers Sosina Wogayehu, Tigist Strode and Lielit …

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