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Stamm, M (2011) Constellation Creativity. In: Keynote Address - RMIT Graduate Research Conference, June 11, 2011, Melbourne, Australia. (Unpublished)
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Tradition has it that RMIT's Graduate Research Conferences (GRCs) commence with a public lecture by a visitor who is new or relatively new to the GRC. I feel very honoured to have been invited to deliver this key-note address at this very occasion when I am indeed 'external' to RMIT but have already been given generous opportunities to observe some of its forums, platforms and scenarios; some of its perspectives, strategies and lenses. So, in the following lecture, faithful to a certain thymotic intellectual character and tradition, I intend to fight 'close to the bull': for even if you are holding a very provocative cape [the muleta], all the matador’s grace and elegance in the world will not be good enough, if the bull is fifty metres away from you.
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