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Fran Martin <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Thu, 14 Nov 2002 15:50:51 +1100
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Dear all,

We'd like to take this opportunity to remind you about the 1-day
mini-conference that follows the Cultural Studies Association of Australia's
annual conference in Melbourne, Australia in December this year:
"AsiaPacifiQueer3: The Uses of Queer Asia: Research, Methods & Diasporic
Intellectuals" (Dec 8, The University of Melbourne). Please take a look at
our website, at <>, where the day's
program has now been posted. To register for the APQ3 conference, please
e-mail me at this e-mail address.

With best wishes,

Fran Martin
for the APQ3 organizing committee

Organizing committee Audrey Yue (Cultural Studies The University of
Melbourne) Fran Martin (Cinema Studies La Trobe University) Mark McLelland
(Centre for Critical and Cultural Studies The University of Queensland)
Alvin Koh (Cultural Studies The University of Melbourne) | AsiaPacifiQueer
(APQ) is an on-going collaboration between scholars who are researching
queer cultures and peoples in post-colonial societies of the Asia-Pacific.
APQ3 will explore the utility of queer and Asian research in the academy and
its impact upon the community.  It has been timed to follow on from the 2002
Cultural Studies of Australia Conference being held at the University of
Melbourne from 5-7 December 2002
( APQ3 is pleased
to acknowledge the support of  the Cultural Studies Association of
Australia, The University of Melbourne, La Trobe University, The University
of Queensland and the Australian National University.

Dr Fran Martin
Lecturer, Cinema Studies Program
School of Communication, Arts and Critical Enquiry
La Trobe University
Bundoora, Victoria

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