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The Australian National University - 1946-2016
01
Aug

ANU 70th Anniversary special event  »

11am–12.15pm
On 1 August 1946, The Australian National University (ANU) was established by an Act of Federal Parliament. Our...
The Australian National University - 1946-2016
01
Aug

ANU 70th Anniversary BBQ »

12.30–2pm
On 1 August 1946, The Australian National University (ANU) was established by an Act of Federal Parliament. Our...
Sir Mark Oliphant, Sir (William) Keith Hancock and Baron Howard Florey inspect the site of the new Australian National University, April 1948.
01
Aug

ANU 70th anniversary heritage tour »

1pm
Join ANU Heritage Officer Amy Jarvis on a whistle-stop heritage tour of the ANU Acton Campus.  Focussing on history,...
Front cover of book - 'Brett Whiteley: Art, Life and the other thing'.
04
Aug

ANU/Canberra Times meet the author event with Ashleigh Wilson »

6.30–7.30pm
Ashleigh Wilson will be in conversation with Sasha Grishin on Wilson's new book, Brett Whiteley: Art, Life and The...

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Stephen Yablo Workshop: Themes from Stephen Yablo
25
Jul

Stephen Yablo Workshop: Themes from Stephen Yablo »

9am–5pm
Stephen Yablo is David W. Skinner Professor of Philosophy at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge USA...
Front cover of book: 'A culture of rights - law, literature, and Canada'
26
Jul

RegNet Bookclub: a culture of rights - law, literature, and Canada »

12.30–2pm
In his new book, Benjamin Authers examines the unique rights landscape of Canada through the lens of law and literature...
Tun Mahathir, Prime Minister Najib Razak and Tian Chua
26
Jul

Malaysia’s Opposition: Can it challenge the ruling party? »

3pm
Malaysia’s three main opposition parties made history in the 2008 election when they prevented the ruling National...
The Art of Time Travel - Book Launch Invitation
26
Jul

Book launch: The Art of Time Travel by Tom Griffiths »

5pm
I'm delighted to invite you to the launch of Tom Griffiths new book, The Art of Time Travel: Historians and their...
Jessie Taylor, Sarah Stevens, Vincent Wang, Sarah Momtaz, Thi Hai Chi Tran, Julia McGregor, Izzy Nilsson, Anna Grubel.
26
Jul

Step into the Limelight »

5.15pm
Reception: 26 July 2016 5:15pm Duration: Wednesday, July 27, 2016 - 09:00 - Saturday, August 6, 2016 - 17:00 Location:...
An example of tempo rubato in instrumental music as used by Frederic Chopin in Nocturne, Op.6.
27
Jul

L’italiano in musica: an interdisciplinary study in semantics, musicology and emotions »

12–1.30pm
This seminar forms part of the monthly cross-campus 'Emotions in Research' series. Gian Marco Farese's...
Crawford School at ANU
27
Jul

The difficulties of supporting reform in fragile states: the case of water sector reform in Lebanon »

12.30–1.30pm
This seminar will discuss some of the compounded challenges of implementing a donor driven reform and water resources...
Sally Haslanger is Ford Professor of Philosophy and Women's and Gender Studies at MIT.
27
Jul

Jack Smart Lecture 2016: Cognition as a Social Skill »

5.30pm
Most contemporary social epistemology takes as its starting point individuals with sophisticated propositional...
Earle Page
28
Jul

Earle Page, 1890–1961; ‘Now is the Psychological Moment …’ »

12pm
Stephen Wilks will talk about his researches into the remarkable but little studied Earle Christmas Grafton Page –...
Photo: Soldiers in the Bangladesh Liberation War. By totalwar-ar.wikia.com
28
Jul

Dealing with contradictions: An interpretative guide to Bengali national identity »

1–2.30pm
Thanks to Benedict Anderson, we all more or less accept that national identity is constructed and “imagined.” What...
Kristal Coe
28
Jul

The effects of World Heritage inscription: Apathy, missed opportunities & business-as-usual in the Blue Mountains World Heritage area »

1pm
The World Heritage Convention is the most widely ratified international heritage conservation tool. The Convention is...
Dr Andrew Glikson
28
Jul

Climate and human evolution: past, present and future »

4pm
The evolution of the atmosphere, oceans and biosphere can be traced from about ~3.8 billion years [Ga], through natural...
CrossickProfile
28
Jul

Emeritus Faculty Annual Lecture - Understanding the value of arts and culture »

6pm
Crossick asks “How should we understand the difference that arts and culture makes to individuals and to society? The...
Johnson Vase close up - ancient battle
28
Jul

Launch of ANU Classics Museum app »

6–6.30pm
The ancient world meets the 21st century in the only app of its kind in Australia. The app, which gives an overview of...
National Security College
28
Jul

Waging insurgent warfare: lessons from the Islamic State »

6–7pm
Most modern warfare occurs in the form of insurgencies. Since the end of World War II, there have been 181 insurgencies...

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