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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...
Chain fence with an asbestos sign
28
Jul

How dangerous is it to live in a Mr Fluffy house? »

5.30–7pm
On average, people who live, or have lived, in a Mr Fluffy house probably have higher exposure to asbestos than other...
Envisioning the world: history, literature and the Fulbright
29
Jul

Envisioning the world: history, literature and the Fulbright »

4–5.30pm
Jointly hosted by the Humanities Research Centre and the Fulbright Commission, this public lecture will feature Dr...
ANU Indonesia Project 50th Anniversary Celebration
30
Jul

ANU Indonesia Project 50th Anniversary Celebration »

6–8.30pm
We are delighted to announce the 50th anniversary of ANU Indonesia Project. ANU Indonesia Project was established in...

More ANU events

Passing the baton
28
Jul

Testing for athlete citizenship: regulating doping and sex in sport »

12.30–2pm
Few sports’ spectators realize that a global regulatory network is in place in an attempt to ensure ideals of fair play...
Emma Aisbett
28
Jul

Should Australia agree to investor-state dispute settlement in the Trans-Pacific Partnership? »

12.30–1.30pm
Investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) has emerged as possibly the most controversial aspect of deep and...
Photo: Telegraph.co.uk. Family jihad father takes five sons to join Syrian rebels.
28
Jul

The family context and its role in making Jihadists: The case of Indonesian Jihadists’ families »

12.30–2pm
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO 18 AUGUST, SAME TIME AND VENUE This study aims to investigate the family context in...
Dr Erin Helyard & Skye McIntosh
28
Jul

Mozart in three cities: concert two »

1pm
Join us for the second instalment of the popular University House series co-presented by the ANU School of Music. Dr....
Professor Peter Stanley
28
Jul

A life in history: Professor Peter Stanley talks about his career as an historian »

5.30pm
What's it like being an historian? How do you approach a career in museums, or writing history? Where do you start? If...
Richard Freeman
28
Jul

How to solve the inequality problem that is plaguing capitalism »

5.30–7pm
The specter of massive inequality is haunting modern capitalism, with a small elite – the 1%, 0.01%, 0.001% of...
Chain fence with an asbestos sign
28
Jul

How dangerous is it to live in a Mr Fluffy house? »

5.30–7pm
On average, people who live, or have lived, in a Mr Fluffy house probably have higher exposure to asbestos than other...
Envisioning the world: history, literature and the Fulbright
29
Jul

Envisioning the world: history, literature and the Fulbright »

4–5.30pm
Jointly hosted by the Humanities Research Centre and the Fulbright Commission, this public lecture will feature Dr...
Talal Yassine
29
Jul

The Middle East – the new Asia: why Australia should concentrate on strengthening the economic relationship »

5.30–6.30pm
Australia has always been a go-ahead nation, eager to plot new courses, test ideas and take ourselves into the world to...
William Zappa - The Iliad of Homer
29
Jul

William Zappa’s Iliad–the second instalment! »

5.30–6.45pm
Early in 2015 the ANU Classical Society organized a very successful evening featuring the Australian actor, playwright...
ANU Anime and Gaming Society
29
Jul

ANUAGS Weekly Wednesday Screening »

6pm
The ANU Anime Society welcomes all members of the ANU and ACT communities to attend our weekly screening event where we...
Image of map of Utopia as illustrated by Ortelius
30
Jul

Aspirational rituals: promises and utopias in human rights »

10am–5pm
The language of imagination, hope, futurity, and conclusion permeates human rights, sometimes proclaiming their pending...
Philip Ayres, Fortunate Voyager
30
Jul

Biography Workshop »

12pm
Dr Ayres will speak on the subject 'Writing biography: the generation of forward momentum, the question of fate vs...
Greg Austin
30
Jul

China’s national security in the information age »

4–5.30pm
PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF DATE TO 30 JULY 2015 In 2014, President Xi Jinping took formal control of all economic, security...
Andrew Leigh MP will attend.
30
Jul

Effective Altruism - Real Change for your Dollar »

6pm
Have you often been solicited for money for charities but often wondered where your money is going or what difference...

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