Contesting the international mobility imperative in applications for academic promotion (Kimberly Jamie)     

What role should international conferences play in applications for academic promotion? Kimberly Jamie shares her views.

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‘More puerile scaremongering’? – piecing together the impact of Brexit on conferences (Emily F. Henderson)

Will Brexit have an impact on conferences? This post sets out to show that yes, there will be an impact – and why.  

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Inclusive conferences: thoughts on why and how we can (and must) do better (Alice Chautard and Claire Hann)

This post reflects on how conferences, and events more generally, can be planned to ensure and promote diversity of attendance and inclusivity of participation.

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Conference regrets as an attendee, speaker or organizer (Xuemeng Cao)

Conferences are over so quickly that they are bound to come accompanied by regrets – Xuemeng Cao reflects on the phenomenon of conference regret.

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