The Experiential Knowledge Conference 2007: NEW KNOWLEDGE IN THE CREATIVE DISCIPLINES
Date: Friday 29 June 2007
Host Institution: University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, Hertfordshire, UK
Collaborating Institution: London Metropolitan University, London, UK
Further Support: Journal of Visual Arts Practice, NAFAE, Design Research Society,
Middlesex University/DART: AHRC-funded collaborative doctoral training.
Contact: Dr Kristina Niedderer firstname.lastname@example.org
Conference home page: http://www.art-design.herts.ac.uk/ekc/ekc1.html
ANNOUNCEMENT: This is a reminder that early-bird-registration for the Experiential Knowledge Conference 2007 ends on 30 April 2007. EKC2007 will be held on 29th of June 2007 at the University
of Hertfordshire, UK in collaboration with London Metropolitan University. It will address the theme of "New Knowledge in the Creative Disciplines" and explore what is understood as (new) knowledge in research and creative practice, and what role it plays in defining the research agenda.
The EKC call for papers has been met with a large international response, promising a truly challenging multi-vocal debate. To register for EKC2007, please follow the link
Choose "registration" from the menu and follow the link to the "online registration form".
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Walter Derzko --"Changing the world, one idea at a time" ©
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