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Date: 5/26/2022
Subject: *BREAKING NEWS* TASA 2022: 3rd Keynote announced
From: TASA

More Keynote News!
Dear ~~first_name~~,
I am extremely excited to be able to share news that the third keynote speaker at TASA 2022 will be Professor Yin Paradies. Yin's keynote address will be focused on the intersections of Indigenous knowledges, decolonisation and ecological activism. Introducing Yin: 

Professor Yin Paradies

Professor Yin Paradies is a Wakaya man who is Chair in Race Relations at Deakin University. He conducts research on the health, social and economic effects of racism, anti-racism theory, policy and practice as well as Indigenous knowledges and decolonisation. Yin is an anarchist ecological activist committed to interrupting the devastating impacts of modern societies. He seeks mutuality of becoming and embodied kinship with all life through transformed ways of knowing, being and doing grounded in wisdom, humility, respect, generosity, down-shifted collective sufficiency, voluntary simplicity, frugality, direct participation and radical localisation.
You can follow Yin on Twitter via @ParadiesYin.
That's three exciting keynotes for TASA 2022; Yin Paradies, Barbara Prainsack and Samantha Crompvoets
If you would like to present at TASA 2022 (including if you have been invited to present as part of a panel), you have until the extended deadline of next Wednesday June 1st  to upload your submission.
Abstract and paper submission guidelines are available on our conference site here.
Click here to SUBMIT
Peta Cook
TASA – Vice President
TASA 2022 Conference Convener
Dr Peta Cook
University of Tasmania
TASA 2022 is being supported by the Melbourne Convention Bureau.
To discover Melbourne and start planning your visit to TASA 2022, click here.