LCNAU Colloquium November 28-30
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Registrations close on 27 November 2022
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Presentation of a paper at the LCNAU colloquium is one of the benefits of membership, as is a substantially reduced rate for registration. For those considering attendance at the colloquium, we encourage you to renew your LCNAU membership (full $75, concession $40 - before the end of financial year for tax purposes) if you have not already done so. If in doubt about whether your membership is current (i.e., for calendar year 2022), contact the Treasurer, Kayoko Enomoto, at email@example.com.
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Organising committee members:
Professor John Hajek (conference convenor) - School of Languages and Linguistics (University of Melbourne)
Associate Professor Kerry Mullan - School of Global, Urban and Social Studies (RMIT University)
Dr Jun Ohashi - Asia Institute (University of Melbourne)
Dr Giuseppe D’Orazzi (conference organiser) - School of Languages and Linguistics (University of Melbourne)