ANZCA’s annual conference

The annual conference the major event in the ANZCA calendar. The conference provides members with valuable professional development opportunities, including scholarly publication, networking and presentation, and learning about the latest national and international trends in media and communications research, teaching and learning. Research students are encouraged and supported to take advantange of formal and informal mentoring opportunities afforded by participation in the conference and other activities of the association. The conference also provides an important occasion for recognizing the achievements and contributions of members in the field.

Each year the conference is held in a different location in either Australia or New Zealand, and is organised by the incoming Vice-president (who becomes the Association's president for the following year). For information about the forthcoming conference please follow the link on the right hand side of this page.

Click here for full papers and conference proceedings from 2001 onwards. Full papers and conference proceedings are subject to a blind peer review process and are published here by ANZCA. These papers are also searchable via the “search” function of this website.

Past conferences and refereed papers are also available on the National Library of Australia's Pandora archive and in the National Digital Heritage Archive of the National Library of New Zealand Te Puna Mātauranga o Aotearoa.