ASFS conference history

The ASFS holds an annual conference that brings together staff and postgraduate students from Australia and beyond.  Present and previous ASFS conferences include:

  • ASFS Executive Committee, online, 3-4 2020: Dis/connexion. ASFS Program 2020
  • University of New England and Western Sydney University, Sydney, 10-12 December 2019: Making and Breaking the Rules. ASFS Program 2019
  • University of Western Australia, Perth, 5-7 December 2018: Environment and Identity. ASFS Program 2018
  • Australian National University, Canberra, 13-15 December 2017: Truth and RepresentationASFS Program 2017
  • University of South Australia and University of Adelaide, Adelaide, 7-9 December 2016: Mobilities and Migrations/Les flux migratoiresASFS Program 2016
  • University of Newcastle and University of Technology Sydney, Newcastle, 8-11 December 2015: French Studies on the MoveASFS Program 2015
  • RMIT University, Melbourne, 3-6 December 2014: Conflict, Dialogue, RepresentationASFS Program 2014
  • University of Queensland, Brisbane, 9-11 December 2013: Distance/proximité. ASFS Program 2013
  • University of Adelaide, 27-29 September 2012: Framing Cinema and the Visual Arts/Cadrages: cinéma et arts visuelsASFS Program 2012
  • Australian National University and University of Newcastle, Canberra, 27-28 November 2011: French Connections: traduction, didactique et analyse du discours. ASFS Program 2011
  • University of Sydney, Sydney, 30 September-2 October 2010: Playtime: formes, fonctions et théories du jeu. ASFS Program 2010
  • University of Queensland, Brisbane, 15-17 July 2009: Tekhne, Technique, Technologie. ASFS Program 2009
  • University of Melbourne, Melbourne, 14-16 July 2008: The ‘Minor’ Genres: Kinds of Document, Kinds of Documentary Discourse. ASFS Program 2008
  • University of Technology Sydney and University of Newcastle, Sydney, 4-6 July, 2007: La France au Pluriel. ASFS Program 2007
  • University of Adelaide, Adelaide, 10-12 July 2006: Utopias/Dystopias. ASFS Program 2006
  • University of Western Australia, Perth, 6 to 8 July, 2005: Inclusions/Exclusions.
    ASFS Program 2005
  • University of Melbourne, Melbourne,12-14 July 2004: French Noir + University of Newcastle (Satellite event), 8-9 July 2004: Nausea 2004. Why Study Jean-Paul Sartre’s Nausea today? ASFS Program 2004
  • University of Brisbane, Brisbane, 7-9 July 2003: Soi-disant- Writing, Screening, Theorising the Self in French. ASFS Program 2003
  • University of Sydney, Sydney, 30 September-2 October 2002: Regards croisés: The French and Terra Australis from the Sixteenth Century to the Present. ASFS Program 2002
  • Australian National University and Ecole des beaux-arts, Canberra, 6-8 July 2001: Image et langage. ASFS Program 2001
  • University of Adelaide, Adelaide, 4-7 July 2000: The Arts of the Table: The Place of the Culinary in French Literature and Culture. ASFS Program 2000
  • University of Sydney, Sydney, 27-29 September 1999: Les études françaises au seuil du millénaire: traductions et transitions culturellesASFS Program 1999
  • University of Melbourne, Melbourne, 8-10 July 1998: Transports of Language: Extension, Expansions, ExpropriationsASFS Program 1998
  • University of New South Wales, Sydney, 16-18 July 1997: Le Monde Francophone- Identités et LittératuresASFS Program 1997
  • University of Adelaide, Adelaide, 7-10 July 1996: The City and Its Images in Nineteenth-Century France. ASFS Program 1996
  • University of Queensland, Brisbane, 3-5 July 1995: Third Annual Conference. ASFS Program 1995
  • University of Melbourne, Melbourne, 12-14 July 1994: Second Annual ConferenceASFS Program 1994
  • Monash University, Melbourne, 17-19 September, 1993: The Inaugural Conference of the ASFS. ASFS Program 1993
  • Call for papers for the first ever ASFS conference & announcement of the creation of the Society: ASFS 1st CFP