This post reflects on how conferences, and events more generally, can be planned to ensure and promote diversity of attendance and inclusivity of participation.
In this post Wade Kelly explores ideas for designing a conference paper that gets people talking.
Conferences are over so quickly that they are bound to come accompanied by regrets – Xuemeng Cao reflects on the phenomenon of conference regret.
In this post, Conference Inference editors Jamie and Emily reflect on the year that was, and their plans for 2020.
In this post the future of conferences is explored using the experiences of the “Ecology and Religion in Nineteenth-Century Studies” Conference, Sept. 18-21, 2019
In this piece, Cody Freeman examines questions of identity at a global education conference and suggests actions that participants can take to create more inclusive gatherings.
Nicole Seymour reflects on how conferences can be more inclusive for precarious, contingent, non-tenure-track faculty and independent scholars.