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Start it all with ANU Open Day
29
Aug

ANU Open Day 2015 »

9am–4pm
ANU Open Day is around the corner. We have fantastic tours, talks and information sessions planned for you, and let’s...
David Merrett
11
Aug

Whither business history? Memory, message and meaning »

5.30–7pm
The past 25 years has seen marked shifts in both the demand for and supply of business history. What are the...
The Hon Christopher Pyne
11
Aug

ANU/The Canberra Times meet the author event with Christopher Pyne »

7–8.30pm
A Letter To My Children Christopher Pyne Why do seemingly intelligent men and women leave their families to spend more...
12
Aug

A striking resemblance: Portraiture in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice »

5.30–7.30pm
In this lecture, Will Christie looks at the role played by the portrait, and by the aesthetics and language of...

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Great Green Debate 2015
05
Aug

Great green debate: what is your sustainability vision for Union Court »

6.30–8pm
WHAT IS YOUR SUSTAINABILITY VISION FOR UNION COURT? That's the topic for this year's Great Green Debate. Come and hear...
Image of Song Lili
06
Aug

China's emerging roles in the international Refugee Proctection Regime »

4–5.30pm
In February 2014, China’s Vice Foreign Minister, Mr Li Baodong, criticised Australia’s refugee policy during the 15th...
Picture of Jack Waterford
06
Aug

In conversation with Jack Waterford »

7–10.30pm
We regret that this event is now fully booked.  After 43 years at The Canberra Times you might think you know all of...
Photo: AFP/Sai Zaw. www.channelnewsasia.com. An aerial view shows the flooded area of Kalay, Sagaing Region, Upper Myanmar
07
Aug

Responding to Myanmar’s 2015 flood: How much have we learned from Cyclone Nargis? »

12–1.30pm
Myanmar’s people are facing the worst natural disaster since the devastation of Cyclone Nargis in 2008. Half the...
ANU Anime and Gaming Society
07
Aug

ANUAGS Weekly Friday Screening »

5pm
The ANU Anime Society welcomes all members of the ANU and ACT communities to attend our weekly screening event where we...
Marcela Fiorillo
07
Aug

“MUJERES ARGENTINAS” »

7pm
Australian Premiere of “MUJERES ARGENTINAS” Music: Ariel Ramirez – Lyrics: Felix Luna Marcela Fiorillo, Piano – Louise...
Drill Hall Gallery.
09
Aug

The Fabulous Adventure of Cubism: Lecture 5 Picasso and the problem of abstraction »

3pm
PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF VENUE TO COPLAND LECTURE THEATRE Between 1908 and 1914, Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque were...
Hannah Israel, Happy Happy Sad Sad, Zuckerman Museum installation for Laboratory. Photo taken by Mike Jensen 2014 Wood and Flour
11
Aug

In the middle of nowhere | Hannah Israel »

10.30am–5pm
Reception: 13 August 2015 6:00pm Hannah Israel maps the relationship of our existence by illustrating how fragile time...
Professor David Christian
11
Aug

Big history: In conversation with Professor David Christian »

5pm
History has immense power in the human imagination. We are endlessly fascinated by it, and frequently look to our past...
David Merrett
11
Aug

Whither business history? Memory, message and meaning »

5.30–7pm
The past 25 years has seen marked shifts in both the demand for and supply of business history. What are the...
The Hon Christopher Pyne
11
Aug

ANU/The Canberra Times meet the author event with Christopher Pyne »

7–8.30pm
A Letter To My Children Christopher Pyne Why do seemingly intelligent men and women leave their families to spend more...
The great transformation in South Asia: feminisation of agriculture and food security
12
Aug

The great transformation in South Asia: feminisation of agriculture and food security »

8.30am–5pm
Fundamental transformations are taking place in the way South Asian farms operate. Male outmigration, the penetration...
Ms Gerda Verburg
12
Aug

The evolving role of multilateralism in ending hunger and malnutrition »

12.30–1.30pm
Although enough food is being produced to feed everyone on the planet, more than 795 million people remain...
12
Aug

A striking resemblance: Portraiture in Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice »

5.30–7.30pm
In this lecture, Will Christie looks at the role played by the portrait, and by the aesthetics and language of...
12
Aug

Climate Change: implications for Australia and the world »

6–7.30pm
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's (IPCC) Fifth Assessment Report is the world's most comprehensive...

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