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If you have any questions about the Conference, or about the Conference recordings, please contact Chloe Ho (

If you have questions about the AAANZ, visit their website here. 

If you have any urgent queries during the Conference (1-3 December 2022), please use the Live Chat function on this site. 


The online format of AAANZ22 made it possible for us to record all the Conference's panels, keynotes and other events. After the live Conference on 1-3 December, this website will serve as a repository for these recordings.  

The recordings will be remain available to all conference registrants until 15 March 2023

If you registered for the Conference, but have not received information on how to access the recordings, please contact us.

We made sure to notify participants of our recording plans well in advance, and asked speakers to let us know if they did wish to be recorded. We received only a small number of such requests, and have made sure these speakers are excluded from the recordings.

Other than some trimmings at the start and end of panels, we have not made any other edits to the recordings, nor have we had time to review all the panels in detail.  If you have any questions or concerns about the recordings, please don't hesitate to contact us.


How does this Conference work?


AAANZ22 has been organised as an online-first event. All Panels at AAANZ22 will be taking place online, as Zoom Meetings.  


The two keynotes by Erika Wolf (2 December, 6.30-8.30pm) and Richard Bell (3 December, 5-6.30pm) will be dual delivered (in-person and online). If you happen to be in Melbourne, you may attend these events in-person and any additional affiliate in-person events. Please check back on this site regularly for details. 


The Zoom Meetings for panel sessions will be set up and hosted by our team of Online Conference Hosts, who will be present during the Panels to offer technical support. If you are having technical difficulties during a panel, please send a message to the Host via Zoom’s chat function.

Affiliate events may be held in other cities where AAANZ members are active. For more information, please check the respective keynote pages and our Announcements


How do I access a Panel?


To access the Conference Panels, you will need to have a Zoom account.  If you haven’t already, you can set one up here - it’s free.  

Panellists and audience members can access the Zoom Meetings for all Panels via this website’s homepage: Find the Panel you wish to join, then click on ‘WATCH’.  The link to join the Zoom meeting is at the top of the page.

Delegates will need to log in to this site in order to access the panels. The "Log In" button is on the top right hand corner of this site. Zoom links will be updated and available to logged in delegates via this site 48 hours prior to the Conference start. If you know someone wishing to attend the conference who has not registered, they should do so online before 29 November, 2 days before the conference here.

If you have registered for the conference, but have not received your log in details, please contact Chloe Ho (

When is [name of scholar] speaking? 


You can use the search bar on the top right hand corner of this website to locate panels that include the scholar you are looking for. 

Will Panels be recorded?


Yes!  We will be recording all speakers, unless they have asked us not to.

We will be adding these recordings to the Panel pages, where they will remain for 3 months. The recordings will be passcode protected and only be available to those who have registered for the Conference.


Once the recordings are ready, we will send Conference registrants an email with the access passcode. Please keep an eye on your spam folders in case the email lands there. 

When I click on a panel, it asks me to login to my Zoom account?

You will need to enter your personal Zoom account username, and password.  (If you're not sure what this is, you may need to reset your password, or check with the institution supplying your Zoom account).

Once you've logged in, you'll then be prompted to enter the Conference passcode. This passcode will be provided to all registrants 48 hours prior to the Conference start.

Is there any place for me to present my paper in University of Melbourne/Monash University?

To support in-person attendance for the Keynotes and the AWAPAs prize presentations, both UniMelb and Monash will have rooms for delegates to sit in prior to the Keynotes. These will be shared spaces among all delegates and may not be ideal for presenters. Please make your own informed decision on this option, ideally in conversation with your panel convenor. 


For more information, please email Chloe 

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