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Discourse, Power, Resistance: DPR9 Conference on 'Trust' at Greenwich: Call for Posters!

Update!! Discourse, Power, Resistance Conference on 'Trust': DPR9 30 Mar-1st April at Greenwich: 100 abstracts accepted but still room for posters: Check out: http://www.gre.ac.uk/schools/education/news/dpr

DPR9: 'Trust': Call for Posters

30 March – 1 April, 2010

The conference team have been impressed by the large number of excellent abstracts submitted in response to the earlier Call for Papers. With further abstracts being received daily, we have now redesigned the programme to accommodate more presentations; but we are now at the stage where the timetable for presentations is full.

There is scope, however, for poster presentations. These can still be accepted and are very welcome. There will be a display area for posters and a session in the conference programme for delegates to study posters and discuss the issues with poster presenters.

Proposals for poster presentations should be in the form of abstracts of between 150 – 250 words, making clear the intended format of the presentation. Abstracts should be submitted as a Word attachment via e-mail to dpr@gre.ac.uk

If you would like to discuss a presentation please contact Jerome Satterthwaite either by e-mail as above
or by telephone on +44 (0)1752 823091.

The conference is divided into 7 streams:


•Trust and Leadership in the Academy
•Trust and Panic in Education
•Research Ethics
•Trust in the Community: Critical Race Theory
•Faith, Belief and Truth
•The individual in a mistrustful world
•DPR – Open

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Comment by Professor Jill Jameson on February 24, 2012 at 23:34

Hi Jeffrey - If you're still interested in the DPR conference, please check out the details in my recent post: re. DPR12: Discourse, Power, Resistance – Impact 2-4 April, 2012 University of Plymouth, UK and contact the DPR Conference Organiser:  Jerome Satterthwaite - jnsattethwaite@gmail.com. I'm sure Jerome will be supportive in helping you if you have time to make a submission. All best Jill xxx 

Comment by Jeffrey Keefer on February 22, 2010 at 15:51
Jill, do you know if there is a distribution list or something of the sort that will list / announce when things will open for next year's conference? It is too short of a time frame to arrange to attend this year, though I am interested in planning for it next year.

Thank you.

Jeffrey
Comment by Ann Lawless on February 12, 2010 at 5:14
looks inspiring. Thanks for the info.
Comment by Professor Jill Jameson on February 5, 2010 at 7:39
Hi Jeffrey,

Very sorry that you didn't see the publicity about the conference being at Greenwich this year. We did put out print, email and web publicity in a range of places, e.g. see:

http://www.gre.ac.uk/schools/education/news/dpr

but obviously some people may not have seen it, including yourself. Our apologies for this.
If you would like to follow up with Jerome Satterthwaite just to see if he has had any drop out, please contact Jerome either by e-mail at: dpr@gre.ac.uk or on +44 (0)1752 823091.

Our official note about the current position is this:

"The conference team have been impressed by the large number of excellent abstracts submitted in response to the earlier Call for Papers. With further abstracts being received daily, we have now redesigned the programme to accommodate more presentations; but are now at the stage where the timetable for presentations is full.

There is scope, however, for poster presentations. These can still be accepted and are very welcome. There will be a display area for posters and a session in the conference programme for delegates to study posters and discuss the issues with poster presenters.

Proposals for poster presentations should be in the form of abstracts of between 150 – 250 words. Abstracts should be submitted as a Word attachment via email to dpr@gre.ac.uk.

If you would like to discuss a presentation please contact Jerome Satterthwaite either by e-mail or on +44 (0)1752 823091."

I do hope that we may be able to accommodate your interest in DPR at some level, Jeffrey, and thanks so much for your note.

Best wishes,

Jill
Comment by Jeffrey Keefer on February 5, 2010 at 1:29
I wish I would have known about the call for papers. I could not find anything about this conference since it moved from Manchester.

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