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Historical Image of Taichung Station in Taiwan
28
Jan

Between – Picturing 1950-1960s Taiwan 間: 臺灣五六十年代面影 »

9am–5pm
Politics has had complex effects on the cultural life of Taiwan in the twentieth century. These forty-four works,...
Helen Locher
02
Mar

Greening of the Hydropower Sector? What Difference does a Voluntary Sustainability Assessment Tool Make?  »

2.30–3.30pm
Meeting growing demands for electricity creates difficult decisions across energy security, economic development,...
02
Mar

2015 K R Narayanan Oration »

5.30–6.30pm
Ms Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, Chairman & Managing Director, Biocon Ltd will be speaking on innovating for growth:...
The Sixteen
06
Mar

The Sixteen »

7.30–9.30pm
In celebration of our 50th year, the ANU School of Music is proud to present world-renowned choir, The Sixteen. Now in...

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Helen Locher
02
Mar

Greening of the Hydropower Sector? What Difference does a Voluntary Sustainability Assessment Tool Make?  »

2.30–3.30pm
Meeting growing demands for electricity creates difficult decisions across energy security, economic development,...
02
Mar

2015 K R Narayanan Oration »

5.30–6.30pm
Ms Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, Chairman & Managing Director, Biocon Ltd will be speaking on innovating for growth:...
Image of people disembarking
03
Mar

Regulating global people movement »

12.30–1.30pm
Trade, finance and investment movements across borders have proceeded apace under globalisation. But people movements...
Mexico Joven
03
Mar

Mexico Joven Australia »

1–2.30pm
The Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies and the Embassy of Mexico present México Joven (Young Mexico...
Summer in Tokyo-1
03
Mar

Summer in Tokyo: Information Session for 1st year students  »

3pm
A unique, funded overseas opportunity for first-year ANU undergraduate students! Have you ever wanted to travel to...
Alan Cole OBE, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
03
Mar

The ‘southern route’ and Indian ocean maritime crime »

5.30–6.30pm
As the flow of Afghan narcotics through Central Europe and the Balkans reduces under pressure from local and regional...
Dr Richard Denniss
03
Mar

What economists can learn from Manning Clark »

6pm
What will Australia be when it grows up? While such questions are often asked of our children they are rarely asked of...
Greenpeace marks the third anniversary of Japan's Fukushima nuclear disaster. Image by Greenpeace.
04
Mar

Survival politics in East Asia: socio-environmental crises and grassroots responses  »

9.30am–5.30pm
Social and environmental change in East Asia is creating massive challenges to many parts of the region. Urban and...
Exchange Information Session
04
Mar

Global Programs: Exchange Information Sessions »

12pm
Are you interested in going on exchange during Semester 1, 2016? Come along to an information session! At ANU we...
Manning Clark
04
Mar

History in Public: Manning Clark Centenary, 1915 - 2015 »

5.30pm
This year sees the centenary of the birth of Charles Manning Hope Clark (born 3 March 1915), Professor of History at...
Occupy Wall Street movement
04
Mar

A Dangerous new class: Tackling insecurity and inequality. »

6pm
Globalisation, the neo-liberal economic model that has underpinned it, and an ongoing technological revolution have...
Occupy protest sign: Lost my job, found an occupation
04
Mar

The precariat: why it is today's dangerous class »

6–7.15pm
Globalisation, the neo-liberal economic model that has underpinned it, and an ongoing technological revolution have...
ANU Anime and Gaming Society
04
Mar

ANU Anime and Gaming Society Wednesday Screenings »

6–8.30pm
The ANU Anime Society welcomes all members of the ANU and ACT communities to attend our weekly screening event where we...
A Dangerous new class
04
Mar

A Dangerous new class: Tackling insecurity and inequality. »

6pm
Globalisation, the neo-liberal economic model that has underpinned it, and an ongoing technological revolution have...
Poster: Samuel Goldwyn production of "The Masquerader"
05
Mar

Follow the Reader, or, Political fiction, but not as we know it. »

1–2pm
This paper begins to trace the history of the popular novel about politics into the first decade of the 20th Century....

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