NARU Public seminar series

Each year the NARU Seminar Series delivers presentations covering a wide range of topics from researchers based in Australia and around the world. The 2016 Series offered seminars from varying disciplines, including anthropology, archaeology, history, linguistics and politics. Presentations attract large audiences and in many cases media attention. Please use the online form if you would like to receive email alerts for upcoming seminars.

NARU welcomes expressions of interests from Researchers who would like to present a seminar at NARU that informs the general public about their research in Australia and from overseas.
If you would like to contribute to the 2017 Seminar Series please contact naru@anu.edu.au or telephone 08 8920 9999.

Events

21 Apr 2017, 12.15pm

The ‘semi-enclosed’ Arafura and Timor Seas (ATS), particularly the Arafura Sea, is a...

24 Feb 2017, 12.15pm

The lecture will discuss strong winning party advantage and successful independents (...

7 Nov 2016, 5.15–8.45pm

The event is a workshop conducted by the National Native Title Tribunal. The recent...

16 Aug 2016, 12.15pm

The Northern Territory Aboriginal Sacred Sites Act was one of the first laws passed after...

20 Jul 2016, 12.15pm

From 2006 to 2013, successive federal governments in Australia introduced and implemented...

5 Jul 2016, 12.15pm

The Katherine Region is a hotspot for endangered languages and it is often said that when...

28 Jun 2016, 12.15pm

The Anthropocene has become a power metaphor for rapid changes to the Earth system. What...

18 Nov 2015, 12.15pm

The premise of this presentation is that successful remote schools are defined by the...

31 Aug 2015, 12.15pm

High‐nutrient, Low‐chlorophyll (HNLC) regions are areas in the Ocean that have a...

21 Aug 2015, 12.15pm

This talk examines global developments in the engagement of Indigenous peoples in natural...

18 Aug 2015, 12.15pm

The talk examines the current state of innovation (the commercialization of science and...

29 Jul 2015, 12.15pm

Jon Altman has argued that an ideological commitment to the market has blinded many...

6 May 2015, 12.15pm

The ANUPoll on Indigenous issues was conducted in September/October 2014 using a...

21 Apr 2015, 12.15pm

Ecosystem Health Report Cards are synthetic communication products that present ecosystem...

20 Mar 2015, 4–6pm

The Karrabing Film Collective will be showing their second film, "When the Dogs Talked,"...

17 Mar 2015, 12.15pm

There is growing pressure by some stakeholders – internationally and in Australia – to...

26 Feb 2015, 12.15pm

Indigenous employment has been problematized by successive Australian governments, with...