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2018 Visiting Fellowship applications now open

2018 Visiting Fellowship applications now open

Applications for the HRC's 2018 Visiting Fellowships program are now open. The theme for 2018 is 'Imagining Science and Technology 200 Years after Frankenstein'. Applications close 23 June 2017.

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Books that Changed Humanity | Semester 2 Program

Books that Changed Humanity | Semester 2 Program

The Semester 2 program for our 'Books that Changed Humanity' seminar includes classic texts from a range of literary traditions and backgrounds.

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Public Lecture | The Making of Jane Austen

Public Lecture | The Making of Jane Austen

Attention all Janeites! Join us at the National Library of Australia on 18 July to celebrate Jane Austen's life, works, and enduring legacy.

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Books that Changed Humanity: Now on SoundCloud

Books that Changed Humanity: Now on SoundCloud

Missed an event? Catch up on the latest Books that Changed Humanity, as Associate Professor Ben Penny thoughtfully discusses Daodejing (Tao Te Ching), by tuning in to our free online recording.

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2018 HRC Visiting Fellowships

Applications for the 2018 Visiting Fellowships close on 23 June 2017.

The theme for 2018 is 'Imagining Science and Technology 200 Years After Frankenstein'

See here for more information.

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: 28 June 2017/ Responsible Officer:  Head, HRC / Page Contact:  HRC administration