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Professor Patrick McGorry AO
10
Sep

ANU Research School of Psychology Annual Lecture »

6pm
Former Australian of the Year Professor Patrick McGorry will speak on 'Early Intervention and Youth Mental Health...
Hot air balloons over Bagan, Myanmar
15
Sep

Intermediaries of rule of law promotion in Myanmar: Translating international law and development  »

12.30–1.30pm
After elections in 2010 and the formation of a new civilian government, Myanmar’s military regime embarked upon an...
Image of Tim Flannery sitting on arm chair
17
Sep

ANU/The Canberra Times meet the author event with Tim Flannery »

6.30–7.30pm
Atmosphere of Hope: Searching for Solutions to the Climate Crisis Ten years after his internationally bestselling The...
George Megalogenis
23
Sep

ANU/The Canberra Times meet the author with George Megalogenis »

6.30pm
George Megalogenis, bestselling author of The Australian Moment, asks the most important question confronting the...

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China & ANU — Diplomats, Adventurers, Scholars
29
May

China & ANU — Diplomats, adventurers, scholars »

9am–5pm
The Pacific War and its aftermath radically transformed Australian perceptions of what was then called 'the Near...
David Serisier, untitled yellow and blue light painting 2012 (detail), oil and wax on linen, courtesy the artist and Liverpool Street Gallery
14
Aug

David Serisier – Colour Real and Imagined »

12–5pm
Of all Australian painters of his generation, David Serisier is perhaps the most closely identified with American...
High Street Dreams exhibition
01
Sep

High Street dreams exhibition »

9am–5pm
Wealth from gold and wool, combined with a growing population, facilitated the expansion and transformation of shops...
Assoc. Prof. Fran Martin (U. Melb.)
04
Sep

Interdisciplinary approaches to translocality in Asian and Pacific cultural studies: Place, media, mobility »

10.30am–2.30pm
In this master class, Associate Professor Fran Martin, Reader in Cultural Studies at the University of Melbourne, will...
Image by GotCredit on Flickr
04
Sep

Education matters »

12–1pm
In this talk, Jong-Wha Lee will discuss a new long-term data set on educational attainment of the population for 146...
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04
Sep

Science and Cultural Transformation III - Science, humanism and religion »

3pm
According to Humanism, we should respect the central role of the human person as the source of culture and creativity....
ANU Anime and Gaming Society
04
Sep

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...
Mass Choir and Opera
05
Sep

Newborn Intensive Care Foundation 20th anniversary gala fundraising concert »

7.30pm
Louise Page OAM and Rachael Duncan (sopranos), baritone Jeremy Tatchell, the National Capital Orchestra under the...
State of the Pacific banner
07
Sep

State of the Pacific 2015  »

8.30am–5pm
State of the Pacific 2015 will take place over three days from 7-9 September 2015 in Canberra. The conference is hosted...
Dr Ghada Karmi
07
Sep

Palestine today: Citizen or exile? »

5.30pm
In her latest book, 'Return: A Palestinian Memoir', Ghada Karmi has written a passionate exploration of...
Image by DFAT Photo Library on Flickr under the CC BY 2.0 license
08
Sep

What is there to learn from Australia’s efforts to support peace through interventions into the Pacific Islands 1980 – 2006? »

1.30–2.30pm
Volume V of the Official History of Australian Peacekeeping, Humanitarian and Post-Cold War Operations is entitled The...
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09
Sep

Roads, cars and taxes »

3.30–5.30pm
There is increasing attention being paid to urban congestion and growing talk of transport regulation, congestion and...
Claire Foster
10
Sep

Over-abundant wallabies in a post-fire environment: effects on forest plants and animals »

1pm
Large herbivores play an important role in shaping ecosystem structure and function. However, interactions between...
Restorative justice wordle
10
Sep

Actuarialism and the young offender »

2.30–3.30pm
Restorative Justice has become lost in a myriad of semantics and hyperbole; it is used as a social policy rhetoric...
Dr WEI Shuge
10
Sep

Weak state, soft power: the treaty-port English press and the formation of China’s international propaganda system »

4–5.30pm
Soft power is commonly regarded as the privilege of strong countries with the resources required to target...

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