Issue 14
Monday, 15 August 2016
Charles Darwin University
E-news

Experts on the Go

World Congress of Herpetology
Who: Dr Carla Eisemberg, post-doctoral fellow
When: August 15-21
Where: Hangzhou, China
More: Dr Eisemberg will present the following papers: “Connections between local mythologies and reptile conservation projects in Papua New Guinea and Timor-Leste”, and “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket – lessons from 30 years of Amazon Turtle Project”.
URL: http://www.worldcongressofherpetology.org/

Northern Territory Festival of Teaching
Who: Dr Samantha Disbray, Senior Research Fellow.
When: August 26 - 27
Where: Darwin
More: The festival provides teachers with the opportunity to engage in quality professional learning, to facilitate their knowledge and create networking opportunities as a result of a collaborative effort between teaching associations of the Northern Territory.
URL: ptant.com.au/festival-of-teaching

Alice Springs Carnivale
Who: Dr Stephen Kerry, Lecturer in Sociology
When: September 1-3
Where: Alice Springs
More: Dr Kerry will present preliminary findings of research into the lives of transgender and sex/gender diverse people living in the Northern Territory.

Australia and New Zealand Forensic Science Symposium
Who: Professor Martin Jarvis, Professor of Music
When: September 8 - 23
Where: Auckland
More: Professor Jarvis will present a paper in which he explains how forensic handwriting examination methods have been used to identify scribal authorship among Mozart family members in historical music manuscripts “In Search of Marie Anne Mozart”.