New Series 2016
The Humanities Research Centre and University House are delighted to announce a brand new initiative.
An ad hominem argument interrogates not the argument itself, but the person advancing it. With this series, we take up that idea in a more positive way –– 'ad hominem' is a series of quirky, research-led conversations getting at the stories behind the HERDC points. Each evening event will feature three of ANU's most interesting thinkers reflecting on the personal aspects of their research: why particular questions fascinate them, how they pursue them, and how pursuing them has shaped their lives.
Join us at University House for a glass of wine and an hour of lively conversation, as the speakers explore life inside and beyond the academy.
Future events in this series are planned for Tuesday 8th November.
Tuesday, September 20
Dr Assa Doron, Dr Kate Flaherty, and Dr Kim Huynh.
Monday, October 17
Assoc. Prof. Simone Dennis, Dr Katie Sutton, and Dr Robert Wellington.
Monday, November 7
Assoc. Prof. Sam Bennett, Dr Brad Tucker, and Dr Grant Walton.