Each year, during the April mid-semester break, postgraduate students from the School of Humanities organise a conference – entitled ‘W(H)IP’ (Work (Honestly) in Progress). This interdisciplinary conference is open to all postgraduate students in the School of Humanities and aims to foster a dynamic scholarly community in a non-threatening environment where students can present, share and receive feedback on their work. The conference is free, and will take place on campus on the 23rd and 24th of April, during the second week of the mid-semester break.
W(H)IP is a chance for you to touch base with your peers, find out what others are researching, and receive feedback on your work-in-progress – which may be a thesis chapter, conference paper, creative piece, scholarly article, or anything that you are working on. Whether you're a commencing student or further down the track, we invite you to come along and take part. It's a fantastic opportunity to liaise with other students, learn about their research and present papers in a friendly, supportive environment.
To end the conference with style, all participants are welcome to come along to the Wheatsheaf Hotel on Wednesday night from 6pm onwards to have a drink and enjoy the delightful creative readings of Flinders Undergraduates at Speakeasy.