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ADRI prides itself on the calibre of events that we are able to showcase throughout the year, in particular, our wide-reaching and informative conferences and symposia.
We invite you to join us in discussions that will shape our future:
December 17-18, Deakin University
The Alfred Deakin Research Institute's Sustainable Communities and Regions Cluster is proud to present this interdisciplinary workshop.
The notion that ontology, as a system of what there is in the world, could be multiple, or relative to another, stands in contrast to notions of singularity and absoluteness. At this level of formulation, multiplicity, or relativity, is defined in opposition to a unitary, and unifying, system, yet we can surmise nothing further about the implications of the multiple, or even what it means. This workshop is dedicated to the precise ways in which there could be, or are, multiple interpretations of multiple ontologies, leading to various meanings and applications. By encouraging constructive cross-disciplinary exchange, particularly in the disciplines of Anthropology, Literary Studies and Philosophy, the workshop aims to arrive at both a clearer articulation of multiplicity/relativity and a corollary clarification of difference, with implications for ethics and responsibility.
July 2014, Deakin University
The Alfred Deakin Research Institute and The Faculty of Arts and Education are honoured to be hosts for the 19th George Rudé Seminar in French History and Civilisation.
Deakin University CRICOS Provider Code: 00113B