CRESC Annual Conference 2013: An Overview and Thank you from CRESC
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The CRESC Conference Committee 2013 would like to thank all of those contributing to this year’s Conference, whether this be as a keynote speaker, paper giver or delegate. The conference theme was ‘In/Vulnerabilities and Social Change’ and this 3 day event took place at the School of Oriental and African Studies, Russell Square, London from 4 – 6th September.
This year’s theme proved highly popular and attracted over 220 attendees from as far afield as Melbourne to Helsinki, California to Moscow (and beyond). The breadth of research presented was equally impressive, from ‘the (In)Vulnerability and Production of Academic Texts’ to ‘ A case study of the leaders in an Electrical Company in Brazil’. Certainly feedback from the conference has been very positive and we hope to build on this as we begin to prepare for the final CRESC Conference due to take place in September 2014.
The 2014 topic is ‘Power and Social Framing’ and will take place at the Friends’ Meeting House, Lloyd Street, Manchester from the 3 – 5th September 2014. More details will be available shortly, but in the meantime may we take this opportunity to once again thank all those who helped to make this year’s conference such a big success and let’s hope that next year’s CRESC conference will be even better!
To view the Keynote presentations from the 2013 Annual Conference click HERE
To view the photos from the 2013 Conference please click HERE