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John Howard
06
May

Sir Roland Wilson annual oration: the reform challenge delivered by The Hon John Howard »

5.30pm
The 2015 Annual Sir Roland Wilson Oration will be delivered by The Hon Mr John Howard OM AC, 25th Prime Minister of...
'Milngiyawuy' by Naminapu Maymuru-White, 2000 HC Coombs Creative Arts Fellow
08
May

Celebrating 50 years of the HC Coombs Creative Arts Fellowship »

6.30pm
For half a century, the HC Coombs Creative Arts Fellowship has helped ANU establish itself as an international hub for...
Front cover of The Gillard Project published by Penguin Australia
12
May

ANU/The Canberra Times meet the author event with Michael Cooney - The Gillard Project »

6–7pm
Michael Cooney was Julia Gillard's speechwriter for most of her time in office. He came to the job a true believer in...
14
May

Postgraduate information evening »

4–7pm
Be recognised with a postgraduate qualification from ANU ANU is one of the world's leading universities and Australia's...

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ANU Aid & Development Learning Community
04
May

ADLC: Development from the Inside »

6pm
The ANU Aid & Development Learning Community is proud to host the Development from the Inside public event on...
Image of graffiti of word "risk"
05
May

The precautionary principle and the management of risks to public health  »

12.30–1.30pm
The interpretation and application of the precautionary principle in managing risk has been the subject of enduring...
Humanities Research Centre -Seminar Series 2015
05
May

Language, contact and the negotiation of identities in the Salvadoran diaspora »

4pm
In this presentation, evaluations about language are discussed by looking closely at the testimonials of Salvadorans in...
Vladimir Putin
05
May

The world according to Putin »

6pm
Dealing with Putin’s Russia has proven problematic for successive Western leaders. The man Bush II looked in the eye...
A New History of Aggression
05
May

Allan Martin Public Lecture: "Going ballistic": A new history of aggression »

6pm
Aggression is an essentially contested concept. What is meant by “aggression” has changed dramatically over the past...
In search of the shadow fleet: Paraguay’s mau cars and the politics of bottlenecks across the triple-frontier
06
May

In search of the shadow fleet: Paraguay’s mau cars and the politics of bottlenecks across the triple-frontier »

1pm
Within the tri-border area between Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay, the city of Ciudad del Este is infamous for stolen...
John Howard
06
May

Sir Roland Wilson annual oration: the reform challenge delivered by The Hon John Howard »

5.30pm
The 2015 Annual Sir Roland Wilson Oration will be delivered by The Hon Mr John Howard OM AC, 25th Prime Minister of...
Bilahari Kausikan, Ambassador-at-Large at the Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs
06
May

Prospects for Asia’s Security Architecture - Singapore's Ambassador-at-Large Bilahari Kausikan »

5.30–7pm
Singapore's Ambassador-at-Large Mr Bilahari Kausikan will look at the prospects for Asia's Security...
ANU Anime and Gaming Society
06
May

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...
Artist's impression of a neutron star.
06
May

Neutron stars: from birth to death and re-birth »

6pm
The ANU Black Hole Society invites you to join us for our second public lecture of the year. Dr Dipanjan Mukherjee...
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06
May

2015 Voiceless Animal Law Lecture Series: Beyond the cage, the case for non-human rights »

6.30–8pm
A huge legal wall separates humans from all other animals. Nonhuman animals are on the wrong side of the wall where...
Image of classroom
07
May

Human rights monitoring: the role of the UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Masterclass »

11.30am–1pm
The Centre for International Governance and Justice is hosting a masterclass, Human Rights Monitoring: The role of the...
Joe Wolfe is a professor of physics at UNSW. With a PhD from ANU, he began his career in the thermal physics of biological cells and ultrastructure
07
May

Directors Colloquium: The physics of the voice - speech and singing »

12–1pm
Most human culture and civilisation derives from speech, and huge industries are based on processing, compressing,...
Professor Chubb AC, Chief Scientist for Australia
07
May

Navigating the new: research and funding in the 21st century academy »

12.30pm
Chief Scientist Professor Ian Chubb AC argues that “Our science investment and policies are too heavily dependent on so...
Edward Said’s Orientalism (1978)
07
May

Western discourses on China: orientalism reconsidered »

4–5.30pm
Edward Said’s Orientalism (1978) was a landmark in discourse analysis, cultural studies and postcolonial thought. In it...

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