In this post Ali Black describes her longing for connections with other academics that are based on care and conversation. Grounding her desire within her own story of academic becoming, Ali then outlines her own initiative to create an alternative type of academic gathering.
Emily Henderson discusses feminist conferences and temporalities, in relation to her new publication ‘Feminist conference time: aiming (not) to have been there’
In this post Briony Lipton writes about travelling to conferences with a baby on her hip. She also reflects on her recent publication of a research poem called ‘Conference Baby’ in the journal Qualitative Inquiry.
What are ‘unconferences’, and how might they differ from traditional conference formats? In this post Mark Dunford reflects on his experiences leading UnTold, a participant driven Unconference about Digital Storytelling.
In this post, Emily Henderson reflects on what conferences have taught her about picket gatherings, and what picketing might teach us about conference practice.
In this post Sandra Acker looks back on her 44 years of conference-going, and describes at their life- and career-shaping potential.
In an interview with Conference Inference editor Emily Henderson, Nidhi S. Sabharwal discussed inequalities of access to conference opportunities in India.