Reading group

Looking for ideas to spice up your current writing and research project? Looking for inspiration for your next project? Want to keep up-to-date and experiment with new and emergent ideas? In this group you will have the opportunity to do all of these things.

The aim of the group is to engage with readings which seek to make sense of the present, and which ask where we might go from here. There will also be opportunities to share your own work in progress.

The setting for the group is social and informal. Tea and coffee will be provided. Bring your own food, other beverages and snacks to share.

Time: 1 -2.30 pm every Friday fortnight starting 1 March 2019
Venue: E block Room E351,
Queensland University of Technology (QUT),
Kelvin Grove, Brisbane, Qld, Australia.
Map of the campus.

The reading group is taking place in the brand new E block on Kelvin Grove campus. E block is right next to the library and you can access it via the ground floor of the library if you wish. To find Room E351, take the main lift up to the 3rd floor or walk up the stairs. The meeting room is immediately to the left of the lifts. Press the large green button to open the door.

Dr. Clare O’Farrell

Participation and attendance
Academic staff and postgraduate students are all welcome from any discipline and any university. You will be expected to have read the set reading before attendance. Access to the readings is provided on a password protected page on this site. Please indicate any dates you wish to attend on the doodle poll on the attendance page. You can do this as late as the day of the session if you wish. Dates and readings can be found on this page.

Please email Clare O’Farrell with any enquiries and for passwords to the attendance and additional readings page.