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Key Dates

  Please find the Key Dates for TASA 2019 below:

 Abstract/Paper Submissions

 Abstract submission

 Opened February 25
 Closed: June 3rd
 Paper submission
(Postgraduate refereed)

 Opened February 25
 Closed: June 3rd
 Notification of acceptance of

   July 26
 Deadline for Resubmission of
Revised Abstracts/Papers

   Closed: August 2
 Notification of acceptance of
Revised Abstracts/Papers

   August 2
 Registration* / Program

 Registration for inclusion in the
conference programme

   Closed: September 6
 Early Bird registration

   Closed: October 1
 Registration (non early bird/no discount)
 Opens October 2
 will remain open

*Refund policy
All cancellations must be in writing (email accepted) and sent to Kristina at ICMS Australasia. The full amount minus a 15% administrative fee will be refunded until November 1, 2019; the full amount minus a 45% fee (administration and any prepaid catering) will be refunded up until November 20, 2019; no refund will be given after November 20, 2019 (although a substitute attendee will be permitted at any time).

Western Sydney University (WSU) is pleased to host the 2019 Australian Sociological Association Conference, a return to Sydney for the first time since 2010. WSU’s School of Social Sciences and Psychology and Institute of Culture and Society will hold the conference in Greater Western Sydney (GWS) at our new Parramatta City campus and at other sites nearby.

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