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2016 Visiting Fellowships

2016 Visiting Fellowships

The 2016 HRC Visiting Fellowship Applications are now open

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Photography as a Global Language:  How a Photograph from Wagga Wagga Changed British Law

Photography as a Global Language: How a Photograph from Wagga Wagga Changed British Law

A butcher from Wagga Wagga, who claimed to be the long-lost baronet, heir to an English estate spearheads the largest national mass democratic movement of its time.

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Getting Away to Europe to Write

Getting Away to Europe to Write

British novelist and historian of ideas Lesley Chamberlain will talk about the European events and ideas that have shaped her writing.

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“Global English, Minimal English”  Towards better intercultural communication

“Global English, Minimal English” Towards better intercultural communication

“Global English, Minimal English” aims at in-depth interdisciplinary dialogue on two pressing issues: reducing the dangers of Anglocentrism and achieving better intercultural understanding in these times of Global English.

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Global France, Global French 2015

Global France, Global French 2015

A Call for papers - The goal of this colloquium is to offer an image of global France and global French, past,present and future.

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Judging the Past in a Post Cold-War World

Judging the Past in a Post Cold-War World

This conference aims to trace the various ways of judging the past both in the countries at the hot centre of the Cold War and in those that were swept up in the wake of its confrontations.

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Welcome to the Humanities Research Centre

The Humanities Research Centre was established in 1972 as a national and international centre for excellence in the Humanities and a catalyst for innovative Humanities scholarship and research within the Australian National University. The HRC interprets the "Humanities" generously, recognising that new methods of theoretical enquiry have done much to break down the traditional distinction between the humanities and the interpretive social sciences; recognising, too, the importance of establishing dialogue between the humanities and the natural and technological sciences, and the creative arts.  » read more
 

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