Join the Lab's Creative Resilience Series

Join the Lab's Creative Resilience Series

The non/fictionLab has launched its 2021 Creative Resilience Series! Featuring Lab members Julienne van Loon, Sophie Cunningham and Peta Murray, enjoy your lunch with a side of professional development.

Demystifying ERA and Non-Traditional Research Outputs
Tuesday 3 August 12.30-1.30pm 

Everything you wanted to know about ERA and NTROs but were too afraid to ask. Julienne van Loon (M&C Creative Practice Advisor), Stefanie Markidis (Library Research Support) and Winnie Ha Mitford (Research Strategy and Services) talk all about ERA eligible creative practice outputs, and how to build a research narrative that connects individual research practice with RMIT's disciplinary strengths and research codes.

Creative Writing: Getting Published!
Tuesday 7 September 12.30-1.30pm 

Adjunct Professor Sophie Cunningham shares her wisdom and experience on how to approach and work with agents and trade publishers. 

Hot Scholar: Peta Murray on how to Present Research
Thursday 7 October 12.30-1.30pm  

Drawing on her Hot Scholar project, and her experience in performance and queering scholarship, Peta Murray presents invaluable tips on how to craft and deliver a memorable and effective research presentation. 

non/fictionLab Co-Director, Associate Professor Julienne van Loon non/fictionLab Co-Director, Associate Professor Julienne van Loon
Adjunct Professor Sophie Cunningham Adjunct Professor Sophie Cunningham
Dr Peta Murray Dr Peta Murray
16 July 2021


16 July 2021


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