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Books that Changed Humanity | The Satanic Verses: Now on SoundCloud

Books that Changed Humanity | The Satanic Verses: Now on SoundCloud

Did you miss this fantastic event? Catch up on Prof James Piscatori's lecture as part of our Books that Changed Humanity series, by tuning in to our free online recording.

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Seminar | Social Media, Civic Engagement and Public Health: Experiences from a Mobile Initiative in Asia

Seminar | Social Media, Civic Engagement and Public Health: Experiences from a Mobile Initiative in Asia

Join us on 17 October as Prof May O. Lwin (Nanyang Technological University) delivers the next seminar in our regular series.

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ACHRC Annual Conference | GLAMorous Humanities: Working with Cultural and Collecting Institutions

ACHRC Annual Conference | GLAMorous Humanities: Working with Cultural and Collecting Institutions

The HRC is hosting the 2017 Annual Conference of the Australian Consortium of Humanities Research Centres, on 9 and 10 November.

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Seminar | Adventus Saxonum: Material Culture, DNA and Identity in the Migration Period

Seminar | Adventus Saxonum: Material Culture, DNA and Identity in the Migration Period

School of Archaeology and Anthropology Visiting Fellow Dr Duncan Sayers will present a public lecture for the HRC on Tuesday 24 October.

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Books that Changed Humanity

Books that Changed Humanity

Join us on 3 November as Prof John Minford (ANU) discusses Cao Xueqin's 18th Century masterpiece, The Story of the Stone (Dream of the Red Chamber).

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Call for Papers | 4 - 7 July 2018, George Rudé Seminar in French History and Civilisation

Call for Papers | 4 - 7 July 2018, George Rudé Seminar in French History and Civilisation

The Rudé Seminar welcomes twenty-minute papers, in English or in French, on all aspects of French and Francophone history, from the Middle Ages to the present. Application close 1 December.

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Welcome to our 2017 Visiting Fellows

In 2017, the Humanities Research Centre is joined by eighteen scholars spanning eight different countries and eleven key disciplines. Visit our Fellows page to see their backgrounds and diverse research interests. To keep up to date with their research whilst at the Centre, join us for our free weekly Seminar Series.

 

2016 Annual Report

The Year in Review

 

"2016 has been a year dedicated to building the capacity of the HRC, to extending its activities and horizons, and to raising its profile, both inside and outside the ANU."

Updated: 17 October 2017/ Responsible Officer:  Head, HRC / Page Contact:  HRC administration