Lizzie Deeble writes about her first experience at a conference, where she found she was attending as a parent, a carer, and an individual in her own right.
Holly Henderson explores the concept of place in relation to conference geographies.
The editors of Conference Inference are co-editing a new special issue in Gender and Education on… conferences!
In this post, Christiane Fabíola Momm discusses the role of conferences in the development of the Urban Planning research field in Brazil
In this post, Kate Carruthers Thomas presents a searing pastiche of ‘top tips’ guides on attending conferences, illustrated with her own cartoon sketches.
In this post, Roma Smart Joseph reflects on the integration of participatory conferences for regional research partners into a national study of diversity and discrimination in higher education in India.
In this piece Liz Jackson explores the gendered nature of unwanted touching at conferences and reflects on the publication of her recent article “The Smiling Philosopher: Emotional labour, gender and harassment in conference spaces”