Livestreaming at #TASA2018

For this year’s TASA conference (#TASA2018) at Deakin we are livestreaming selected events to enable engagement of a broader public and TASA members in the intellectual life of the conference. Below is the live streaming scheduled for the conference this year.

Livestreamed events will be made available through the TASA Facebook page. If you would like to find out more about the live streaming schedule for the conference keep an eye on the following social media sites for the conference:  TASA Facebook page and the following Twitter accounts: @DeakinSociology, @AustSoc through the conference hashtag #TASA2018


Day Time Event name Speaker(s)
Monday 19th November 18:15-19:30 Public Lecture: Everyday Bordering and the Grey Zones: Experiences from Calais and London Nira Yuval-Davis
Tuesday 20 November 9:00 – 10:00 Keynote: Addressing precarity, rights and resistance: Indigenous sociology and epistemic reciprocity


Professor Bronwyn Carlson
Wednesday 21 November 9:00-10:00 TASA President’s address Dan Woodman
  13:30- 15:30 Panel: Rethinking Youth Sociology: A Spotlight on the Work of Johanna Wyn Johanna Wyn; Madeleine Leonard;Julia Coffey;

Rob White; Dan Wo

  16:00- 17:30 Plenary: Asylum Seeker and Refugee Rights Advocacy in Australia Emeritus Professor Gillian Triggs; David Manne;

Fadak Alfayadh

Thursday 22nd November 9:00-10:00 Keynote: Precarity, Rights and Resistance in the everyday lives of children: Reflections from Ireland. Madeleine Leonard
  10:30–12:30 Panel: Religion, Sexuality and Young People in Australia and the UK Professor Mary Lou Rasmussen; Yvette Taylor;

Dr Sarah-Jane Page

  13:30- 15:30 Interactive session: Applied sociology, graduate employability and the ‘chartered sociologist’: reflections on the BSA’s model curriculum Nick Fox

Livestreaming involves real-time audio-video broadcasting of an event over the Internet. Anyone who follows the TASA Facebook page will be able to access this recording at the time of the event. We will also capture these events so that those who can’t attend the conference or log on at the time can view them afterwards.