Conferences are an integral part of academic life. They generate focal
points for intellectual exchange and encourage professional socialization.
They help scholars working on similar issues to identify others who might
be part of their specialist community while also creating opportunities to
learn about research that colleagues are doing in different areas of the
discipline. In other words, conferences provide an opportunity for
scholars to present their work in progress, to see what others are working
on, and to network with their peers.
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