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Via selective submission of abstracts, Paul has presented his research at conferences in Australia, France, Malaysia, Portugal, Singapore, The Netherlands and The Philippines. He has been invited to deliver presentations in Australia, Cyprus, New Zealand and Indonesia. In 2008, Paul was awarded an ARC Asia Pacific Futures Research Network Conference Grant (2008) to co-organise and co-host the Music and Movements in Indonesian Culture Conference, Workshops and Performance at the Consulate of the Republic of Indonesia in Sydney, Australia.
- Reciprocity-building and the Globalisation of Science: Developing capacity and constructive cultures of collaboration, Australia-Indonesia Science Symposium, Australian Academy of Sciences, The Shine Dome, Australian Capital Territory, 28 November – 1 December 2016.
- “Dominant discourses and deterritorialised narratives: How western biomedical history is blinding us to the importance of basic innovations in tuberculosis care and prevention”, Tuberculosis: Ethics, Law & Society, Centenary Institute, 18 October 2016.
- “The Idiom of Normalcy”, Center for Bioethics and Medical Humanities, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Tuesday 15 December 2015.
- Human Rights/Law and TB workshop presented by Dr Paul Mason, Professor Angus Dawson, and Dr Jed Horner at the APR TB Union Conference, 31 August 2015.
- “Excluded from reciprocity: ‘Free’ medical treatment for tuberculosis patients in Vietnam”, The Marie Bashir Institute Annual Colloquium, Sydney University, 6 November 2015.
- Plenary Talk, “Selectively, but not exclusively: understanding structural diversity and functional plasticity in complex systems”, Woolcock Research Symposium, Woolcock Institute of Medical Research, 20 August 2015.
- “Another stage of development: the vital role of degeneracy in healthy ageing”, The 3rd Cyprus Symposium on ‘Pathways to Indefinite Lifespans’ at the Steghi Grammaton kai Technon (House of Arts and Literature), Larnaca, Cyprus, Saturday 23 May 2015.
- “What is Normal? What is Degenerate?”, Centre for Creative Initiatives in Health and Population, Hanoi, Vietnam, Friday 25 April 2014.
- “Tuberculosis: A dynamic systems mapping approach“, Tuberculosis Centre for Research Excellence, Centenary Institute, University of Sydney, 6 August 2013.
- “What is Normal”, Manthan Thought Leader Speaker Series, Hyderabad, India, 23 November 2012.
- Invited discussant. Future Directions in Southeast Asian Studies Conference, University of Social Sciences and Humanities-USSH, Hanoi, Vietnam, 8-10 March 2012.
Mason, P.H., Kerridge, I., Lipworth, W. (2017) Globalising the ‘Medical Gaze’: Research biobanks, epistemological imperialism and the pull of big data, New Zealand Bioethics Conference, Dunedin, University of Otago, 27–28 January 2017.
Mason, P.H., Kerridge, I., Lipworth, W. (2016) Globalising bionetworks: research biobanks and the pull of big data, Australian Anthropology Society Annual Conference, University of Sydney, 12-15 December.
Mason, P.H., Lipworth, W., Kerridge, I. (2016) Deterritorialising Big Data: The grobalisation of biobanks and the glocalisation of their operations, The Australian Sociology Association 2016 Conference: ‘Cities and Successful Societies’, Australian Catholic University, 28 November – 1 December.
Mason, P.H., Lipworth, W., Kerridge, I. (2016) Going Global: The Ethics of Biobanks in the Context of Globalisation, Australasian Association of Bioethics and Health Law (AABHL) conference, 24-26 November.
Lipworth, W., Mason, P.H., Kerridge, I. (2016) Biobank Networks, Medical Research and the Challenge of Globalisation, 13th World Congress of the International Association of Bioethics, Edinburgh, 15 June 2016.
Mason, P.H. (2016) A Critical Interpretive Science of Research Translation and Translational Science, International Conference of Young Scientists, Bridging Worlds Through Science, Global Young Academy, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, 25-29 May.
Mason, P.H., Lipworth, W., Fleming, J., Stewart, C., and Kerridge, I. (2016) The Ethics of Biobanks in the Context of Globalisation, Conference for the Sydney University Network for Bodies, Organs, and Tissues, University of Sydney, Thursday, 10 March.
Mason, P.H. (2016) Autotelism, degeneracy and choreutic cognition: Features of humanly organised expression that shape cultural transmission, Moving minds: Converting cognition and emotion in history, Australian Hearing Hub, Macquarie University, 2-4 March 2016.
Mason, P.H. (2015) From Consumptive to consumer – an offer that cannot be refused, Moral Horizons: Managing medical uncertainty, Panel at the Australian Anthropology Society Conference, 1-4 December 2015.
Mason, P.H. (2015) Excluded from Reciprocity: “Free” medical treatment for tuberculosis patients in Vietnam, TB Control Symposium, Tuberculosis Centre for Research Excellence, 3-4 September 2015.
Barron, A.B., Balakrishnan, C.N., Hauber, M.E., Hoke, K.L., Mason, P.H., Hebets, E.A. (2015) Degeneracy in Complex Animal Signalling, 34th International Ethological Conference 2015, Cairns, Queensland, 9th – 14th August 2015.
Hebets, E.A., Balakrishnan, C.N., Hauber, M.E., Hoke, K.L, Mason, P.H., Barron, A.B. (2015) Communication goes multidisciplinary: a systems approach to animal signaling, 52nd Annual Conference of the Animal Behavior Society, University of Alaska, Anchorage, 10-14 June 2015.
Mason, P.H. (2014) The Idiom of Normality: Questioning the idiom and reevaluating degeneracy, Disorder–The University of Sydney Anthropology Symposium, 4-5 November.
Mason, P.H. (2014) The Idiom of Normality: Examining what is normal and reevaluating what is degenerate, Inter-university Neuroscience and Mental Health Conference, The University of Sydney, Tuesday 30 September.
Mason, P.H. (2014) 19th and 21st Century Consumption: The Growth of Structural Violence Against Diversity, Paper presented at “State, Society, Stigma: Rethinking Disease in a Global Age”, Latrobe University, Melbourne, Australia, Friday 27 June 2014, abstract p.18.
Mason, P.H. (2014) Pilgrimages of Health: Mapping the Moral Terrain of Tuberculosis, Tuberculosis Control Symposium, Thursday 1 May 2014.
Mason, P.H. (2013) Constellations of Pulmonary Citizenship: Tuberculosis, latent infection, active disease, co-infection, and at-risk populations, Biopolitics of Science and Medicine Symposium, Monash University, Friday 29th November 2013.
Mason, P.H. (2013) What is Normal? What is degenerate?, 7th Australian Cognitive Neuropsychology and Cognitive Neuropsychiatry Research Forum, Australian Hearing Hub, Macquarie University, 25-26 November 2013.
Mason, P.H. (2012) “Humanly Organised Expressive Systems: Globalised repertoires of sound and gesture”, Language Culture Mind, Universidad Católica Portuguesa, Lisbon, Portugal, 27-29 June 2012, pages 162-163
Mason, P.H. (2012) “Sound Movement: Self-accompanied & Musician-accompanied West Sumatran Plate-dancing”, 2nd Symposium of the International Council of Traditional Music (ICTM) Study Group on Performing Arts of Southeast Asia (PASEA), Manila, Philippines, 14-19 June 2012.
Mason, P.H. (2011) The Degeneracy of the Creative Process: the diverse musical structures and movement repertoires of West Sumatran and Afro-Bahian fight-dancing, Panel on Disentangling the Creative Procees at The annual conference of the Australian Anthropological Society (AAS), the International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (IUAES), and the Association of Social Anthropologists of Aotearoa / New Zealand (ASAANZ), 5-8 July.
Mason, P.H. (2010) Modes of Transmission: Traditional West Sumatran and Contemporary West Javanese Practices of Indigenous Martial Arts, 1st Symposium of the International Council of Traditional Music Study Group on Performing Arts of Southeast Asia, 10-13 June, pages 13-14.
Mason, P.H. (2009) Fight-dancing and the Festival: An exploration of the internal dynamics of fight-dancing in regional festivals, Paper presented at The Ethics and Politics of Engagement: the Annual meeting of the Australian Anthropological Society, 9-11 December.
Mason, P.H. (2008) The Neuroanthropologist and the Self-Accompanied Dancer, Speed-paper presented at the Music and Movements in Indonesian Cultures Conference, Workshop and Performance at the Consulate of Indonesia in Maroubra, 7-9 October.
Mason, P.H. Pencak Silat: The International Mobilisation of Indo-Malayan Tradition. Second International Conference on Southeast Asia: Rethinking Regionalism, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 3rd – 4th December 2007. p36.
Mason, P.H. (2006) The Neuroanthropology of Non-verbal communication. Paper presented at the Second Language Culture and Mind Conference, Paris, France. Language Culture and Mind: Integrating perspectives and methodologies in the study of language, published abstract, 85-86.
Mason, P.H., Singh, P., Nhung, D.T., Ho, J., Nguyen, T.A., Fox, G., Marks, G.B. (2015) Coping Self-efficacy for Tuberculosis Treatment in Ca Mau, Vietnam, Poster Presentation at 5th Conference of The Union Asia Pacific Region, Sydney, Australia, 31 August – 2 September.
Cheung, J.M.Y., Bartlett, D.J., Laba, T., Armour C.L., Mason, P. H., Saini, B. (2015) Mapping out the Illness Trajectories of Patients with Insomnia: Comparisons between a Clinic and Community Patient Population, Poster Presentation at SLEEP, Seattle, 6-10 June.
Singh, P., & Mason, P.H. (2014) Health Promotion by Social Cognitive Means: Self-efficacy among TB patients in Vietnam, Inter-university Neuroscience & Mental Health Conference, University of Sydney, Monday 29th and Tuesday 30th September.
Mason, P.H. (2009) Movements into Neuroanthropology: The use of music and movement to study the relationship between brain and culture, Poster Presentation at The Ethics and Politics of Engagement: the Annual meeting of the Australian Anthropological Society, 9-11 December.
Mason, P.H. (2006) Music, movement and metaphor: An investigation of degeneracy in human behaviour, Human Communication Sciences (HCSNet) SummerFest ’06, Sancta Sophia College, University of Sydney, 62.
Mason, P.H. (2016) Conspicuous Consumption: Demanding compliance but denying reciprocity for people living with TB. Department of Anthropology, Macquarie University, 9 June 2016.
Mason, P.H. (2016) An Offer that cannot be refused: Tuberculosis and the medicalisation of poverty. Department of Anthropology, University of Sydney, 3-5pm, 28 April 2016.
Mason, P.H. (2016) The global is not a given. Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine, University of Sydney, 12-1pm, 28 April 2016.
Mason, P.H. (2016) Beyond the numbers: integrating biomedical knowledge and illness narratives. Respiratory Department, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, 1-2pm, 24 February 2016.
Mason, P.H. (2015) Tuberculosis in Vietnam: an ethnography of coughs, cures and conspicuous consumption. Department of Social Anthropology, School of People, Environment and Planning, Massey University, Thursday 19 February 2015.
Mason, P.H. (2014) Presentation about Tuberculosis Screening delivered to the World Health Organisation on World TB Day, Venue: Centre for Social Disease Prevention, Ca Mau, Vietnam, Tuesday 25 March.
Mason, P.H. (2014) Human Research Ethics, Centre for Social Disease Prevention, Ca Mau, Vietnam, Wednesday 26 February.
Mason, P.H. (2013) Tuberculosis: Seven concepts from the social model. Woolcock Institute of Medical Research, Think Tank, 31 Oct – 1 Nov.
Mason, P.H.(2010) Indonesian and Brazilian Fight-dancing, Anthropology Colloquium, Macquarie University.
Mason, P.H. (2010) Fight-dancing and the Festival: An exploration of the internal dynamics of fight-dancing in regional festivals, Macquarie Anthropology Research Showcase, 11-13 May.
Mason, P.H. (2006) Fighting for Peace of Mind: A cross-cultural comparison of Capoeira and Pencak Silat. Cross-cultural Dance Seminar: Choreographies of Identity and Difference, Centre for Cross-Cultural Research, Australian National University, 11 December, pp. 88-97.
Mason, P.H. (2006) The Primal Metaphor: Music, Movement and the Problem of Meaning Construction. MMM Seminar MARCS Auditory Laboratories, Conference Room 1, Building 23, University of Western Sydney, Bankstown Campus, 20 November.
- “Brains, Dance, Neanderthals, Tuberculosis and the Theory of Evolution”, National Science Week, Science Open Day at the Woolcock Institute, 20 August 2016.
- “Brains, Dance, Neanderthals, Tuberculosis and the Theory of Evolution”, National Science Week, Science Open Day at the Woolcock Institute, 22 August 2015, midday talk.
- “What is tuberculosis?”, Trường THPT Cà Mau (Ca Mau High School), Vietnam, Monday 26 January 2015.
- World Music and Dance, Heritage Space, Dolphin Plaza, Hanoi, Vietnam, Saturday 26 April 2014.
- Anthropology Careers Night, Macquarie University, 10 October 2013.
- Careers and Goals Presentation, “What is Anthropology?”, for the Year twelve students, Nazareth College, 31 March 2011.