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Conversations Across the Creek Podcasts

Conversations Across the Creek Podcasts

Our third 'Conversations' was a lively discussion about neuroscience, the dangerous influences when performing Shakespearean plays in 19th century Australia, battles between invaders and hosts in bacteria, and more. Listen online now.

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Call for Papers: Moving Image Cultures in Asian Art

Call for Papers: Moving Image Cultures in Asian Art

A three-day conference addressing historical and contemporary manifestations of spatio-temporality in Asian art, 26-28 August 2016. Abstracts for conference papers and studies due July 26. Organised by the ANU SoA and CIW.

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Divided Authorities and Dispossessed Peoples

Divided Authorities and Dispossessed Peoples

Upcoming conference on the 'Aesthetic Dimensions of Political and Critical Theory in the 21st Century'. Four invited keynotes. 20-22 July 2016.

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History and Authority: Political Vocabularies of the Modern Age

History and Authority: Political Vocabularies of the Modern Age

Three visiting keynotes. 28-29 July. The aim of this conference is to critically interrogate the ways in which inherited vocabularies shape political life – both in the past and the present.

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Putin’s Russia in the Wake of the Cold War

Putin’s Russia in the Wake of the Cold War

The primary aim of this conference is to discuss and examine the nature and intentions of post-Soviet Russia under President Vladimir Putin. 24-26 August, 2016. Keynote speaker is Richard Sakwa (University of Kent).

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CASS Inaugural Professorial Lecture Series

'The Periodical Enlightenment & Romantic Literature'


Professor Will Christie
Head of the Humanities Research Centre

 

 

Wednesday, 22 June 2016
4.00 to 5.30 PM
Theatrette, Sir Roland Wilson Building
Acton, ACT 2601, Australia

 

In this lecture, the College of Arts and Social Sciences is celebrating and welcoming Will Christie, Head of the Humanities Research Centre to the CASS Professoriate. RSVP here. Attendance is free, and light refreshments will be provided.

 

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Shakespeare: Four Hundred Years On

The Head of the ANU Humanities Research Centre, Professor Will Christie, and Lecturer in English and Drama, Dr Kate Flaherty, discuss our enduring fascination with Shakespeare and explain why, four hundred years after his death, we continue to re-visit and perform his works.

 

 

 


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