Join us in Australia’s most vibrant city! The Melbourne hub will be held 20th–21st September at the historic Queen’s College, University of Melbourne, and welcomes Victorian scholars of all career levels.
The Melbourne hub will consider the theme of “event” in relation to “Exhibits.” “Exhibits” would like to consider 15 to 20-minutes papers of panel proposals relating to the theme of exhibits or exhibitions in the nineteenth century from any discipline, from formal exhibitions to events of protest or public executions.
The Melbourne hub looks forward to hearing from keynote speakers Assoc. Professor Michelle Smith (Monash) and former New Zealand Chief Historian, Professor Jock Phillips. Within our program there will be room to explore key exhibitions at the National Gallery of Victoria and the Melbourne Museum, and maybe even a protest or two!
Lesa Scholl, Dean of Queen’s College, University of Melbourne
Schedule and Dining
Conference activities will take place from 9am to 5pm on Friday and Saturday. Lunches will be included, as well as tea and coffee. There will be a reception on the Friday evening. Queen’s College is less than a five-minute walk to the world-famous Lygon Street, with its array of international restaurants, bars and cafés that would make any foodie feel at home.
Queen’s College is situated on College Crescent, at the top end of the University of Melbourne Parkville campus. It is easily accessed via trams from the CBD on Swanston Street as well as Royal Parade. Public transport in Melbourne, particularly the tram network, is very popular and manageable.
There are many accommodation options near the University as well as in the CBD. Serviced Apartments near the University include:
People may prefer staying in the CBD and travel up to the University on the tram (15mins):
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