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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,...
Latin
10
Mar

Global Languages, National/regional Languages and Multilingual Communication Spaces - What can we learn from history?  »

4pm
Professor Leonhardt discusses Latin as a Global Language,and the comparison with the present development of English as...
Front cover of Latham at Large published by Melbourne University Press
11
Mar

ANU/Canberra Times meet the author event with Mark Latham »

6.30–7.30pm
Mark Latham is, by his own admission, the most outspoken, rebellious, thoroughly uncontrollable former leader in Labor...
Ibu Mari
12
Mar

The 2015 Harold Mitchell Development Policy Annual Lecture - The new economy and development: an Indonesian perspective »

5.30–6.30pm
Development in most Asian countries has taken place through several conventional phases. Economies such as Indonesia...

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ANU Anime and Gaming Society
06
Mar

ANU Anime and Gaming Society Friday Screenings »

5–8pm
The ANU Anime Society welcomes all members of the ANU and ACT communities to attend our weekly screening event where we...
ANU Anime and Gaming Society
06
Mar

ANU Anime and Gaming Society Annual General Meeting »

6pm
There will be a break in the Friday screenings at 6pm so we can hold it in the lecture theatre. It’s a good chance for...
The Sixteen
06
Mar

The Sixteen - Queen of Heaven »

7.30pm
In celebration of our 50th year, the ANU School of Music is proud to present The Sixteen, one of the world’s greatest...
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...
Krynkana (Yui) Kongpetch, Exhale
10
Mar

In the Light »

10.30am–5pm
Work by Visiting artist Krynkana (Yui) Kongpetch Reception: 11 March 2015 6:00pm "I am fascinated by how memories...
Image of product labelled 100% Australian product
10
Mar

Australia’s regions and agriculture: can geographical indications help? »

12.30–1.30pm
Australia’s position on geographical indications has been heavily influenced by the potential trade impacts of...
Baidu
10
Mar

Baidu Goes Global: the Geopolitics of Search »

12.30–2pm
Baidu is China's largest search engine and the second largest search engine in the world. Like all Chinese...
Latin
10
Mar

Global Languages, National/regional Languages and Multilingual Communication Spaces - What can we learn from history?  »

4pm
Professor Leonhardt discusses Latin as a Global Language,and the comparison with the present development of English as...
Exchange Information Session
10
Mar

Global Programs: Exchange Information Sessions »

5pm
Are you interested in going on exchange during Semester 1, 2016? Come along to an information session! At ANU we...
T.V. Paul
11
Mar

Restraining Great Powers: Soft Balancing in World Politics »

12.30pm
This seminar will examine a crucial element of state behavior - the use of international institutions and economic...
Professor Philip Pettit
11
Mar

The Emergence of Ethics »

3pm
Lecture 1: Friday 6th March 1.30 - 3.30pm, Springbank Room, Crawford Building From Language to Commitment Lecture 2:...
Sir John Crawford visiting the site of  Rengali Dam, Orissa, India, 1980.
11
Mar

Before the Astonished Gaze of Chooks: J.G. Crawford and a View of the World through Agriculture »

4.15pm
The politics, economics, culture and myths of agriculture have played a vital part in Australian development, in the...
11
Mar

Influencing social policy: insights from economics, psychology and biology »

5pm
This event is being co-hosted by the Australian Social Policy Association and the Australia and New Zealand School of...
The Citrus Story - historical image
11
Mar

The citrus story - and the demise of orange juice »

5–6pm
Citrus fruits - oranges, lemons and limes - are not wild plants but complicated hybrids that arose through human...
Peter Holbrook - Why Read Tragedy Today? image
11
Mar

Why read tragedy today? »

6–7pm
Presented by the ANU School of Literature, Languages and Linguistics in the College of Arts and Social Sciences. In...

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