5-7 February 2020
Griffith University, Brisbane, South Bank Campus
Theme: Laughter and Belonging
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The 26th AHSN Conference will take place from Wednesday afternoon to Friday evening, 5-7 February 2020 at The Ship Inn on the Griffith University South Bank Brisbane campus.
The theme of the conference is ‘Laughter and Belonging’. Laughing together can be a powerful force for bonding and bringing people closer to one another, but laughter and humour can also be divisive and exclusionary. This year’s theme invites presentations on either or both aspects of laughter and humour. As in previous AHSN conferences, however, presentations are welcome on all aspects of social laughter and humour, and from diverse disciplinary perspectives, including not only humour studies as such, but also literary studies, linguistics, cultural studies, politics, psychology, philosophy, history, comedy studies, law, creative practices, sociology, communication studies and others. Visit the 26th AHSN Conference webpage for details on keynote speakers, registration, important dates and travel and accommodation options. For all enquiries, please email us.
The 26th AHSN Conference is co-hosted by Professor Cliff Goddard of Griffith University’s School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science, and the Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research (GCSCR).
Submission portal opens on June 1, 2019
Submission portal closes on September 22, 2019
Acceptance advice by October 1, 2019
Registration for presenters and non-presenters August 1, 2019 – January 8, 2020
Conference dates: February 5-7, 2020
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