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It has been a real privilege to be able to write about the APIRA conference and share my views on proceedings. I am sincerely grateful to Prof. James Guthrie and the conference organisers for being so supportive and accommodating, and for making all of this possible.

As a young and emerging scholar, I have benefited so much from the Emerging Scholars Colloquium and the engaging discussions and presentations at the main APIRA Conference. Thank you to every delegate and organiser I have had the pleasure of meeting.

A personal thank you to Prof. James Guthrie, Prof. Lee Parker, Prof. Kerry Jacobs, Fiona Crawford, and Sharron O’Neill and the many organisers at APIRA. Congratulations on a great conference!

I sign off with a humble attempt at a Haiku inspired by Steve Evan’s Writing Workshop:

Academic’s honey
Like bees with pollen,
We come together and share,
The ‘truth’ we have found.