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RMIT University | Melbourne | Australia 

6 - 9th July 2020 

 

The conference seeks to explore the tensions and paradoxes of negotiating traditional knowledges, cultural practices, and relational obligations in the rapidly changing global landscape. 

Long Paper Track

We invite submission of advanced and high-quality papers of up to 6000 words that address the conference theme and make a substantive contribution to theorisation or knowledge production in the Service Design field, with implications for research
and practice.  

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 Deadline (extended)

20th October 2019

(UTC midnight)

Short Paper Track

We invite exploratory, speculative, and/or provocative works, often in progress. This track aims to provide opportunities for lively and respectful discussion at the conference. 

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 Deadline

1st December 2019
(UTC midnight)

Workshop
Track

The practice of running workshops in Service Design is evolving. We aim to capture this moment and to elevate the workshop as a focus for something we are curious about, experiment with, and through which we generate insights from.

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 Deadline

1st December 2019
(UTC midnight)

Student Forums

This track invites undergraduate and recent graduates, Masters and PhD students to a dedicated program of discussions, workshops and networking around Service Design. Are you an undergraduate or recent graduate and would like to share your questions, concerns or speculative ideas with fellow students? 

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 Deadline

1st December 2019
(UTC midnight)

 

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