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Welcome to the December edition of the bimonthly Progressive Connexions Interdisciplinary Life newsletter. Upcoming… For months, now, we’ve been trying to figure out a way to bring the energy of Progressive Connexions conferences to the digital world. The supportive and collaborative environments we foster in our face-to-face events don’t easily […]

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Authors: Progressive Connexions Team Teresa Cutler-Broyles, Elif Çakmak, Rob Fisher, Lorraine Rumson, Susanne Schotanus Even though most of the 2019 conferences were postponed, the Progressive Connexions Board of Directors has been communicating on an almost daily basis to further develop different aspects of the ProCon vision and reality. Usually, the […]

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Welcome to the September edition of the bimonthly Progressive Connexions Interdisciplinary Life newsletter.   Upcoming… We are excited to report that in-person conferences are on the horizon again! Progressive Connexions will be reconvening in Lisbon next March, for the conferences that were postponed from summer 2020. We are hoping that […]

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Welcome to the July edition of the bimonthly Progressive Connexions Interdisciplinary Life newsletter.   Upcoming… At Progressive Connexions, we’ve always been huge proponents of the way that personal connections develop in face-to-face conference settings. With COVID-19, of course, that’s on hold. We’ve been working around the clock to develop COVID-friendly […]

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Welcome to the May edition of the bimonthly Progressive Connexions Interdisciplinary Life newsletter.   Upcoming… Unfortunately, due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, we need to inform you that our autumn conferences are being postponed. Please keep an eye on your inbox if you were signed up for an event, you’ll […]

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Welcome to the January edition of the bimonthly Progressive Connexions Interdisciplinary Life newsletter. Upcoming… Progressive Connexions will be re-convening in beautiful Prague on March 7-8, for a suite of three exciting conferences. Two are returning topics after wonderful runs last March. Kristine Seitz will be running “Kink,” and Elena Nistor […]

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