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Crawford School
03
Jun

Crawford School of Public Policy - Graduate studies information session »

4–6pm
Completed locally, respected globally Crawford School of Public Policy - Graduate studies information session Looking...
Myanmar
05
Jun

2015 Myanmar/Burma Update: Making sense of conflict »

8.30am–6pm
As rapid political, economic and social changes continue in Myanmar ahead of the general elections anticipated for...
Presented as part of the SLLL Literary Studies Seminar Series
05
Jun

The Montage of McOndo »

12–1pm
Presented as part of the SLLL Literary Studies Seminar Series Alberto Fuguet and Sergio Gómez, the editors of McOndo (...
Myanmar
06
Jun

2015 Myanmar/Burma Update: Making sense of conflict »

9am–6pm
As rapid political, economic and social changes continue in Myanmar ahead of the general elections anticipated for...

More ANU events

Presented as part of the Literary Studies Seminar Series
01
Jun

‘A New Discovery of an Old Intrigue’: a re-evaluation of Daniel Defoe’s library catalogue, with a case study of its Iberian content. »

1–2pm
Presented as part of the Literary Studies Seminar Series Daniel Defoe’s library catalogue is a problematic resource,...
People enjoying last year's opening night party.
01
Jun

The Art of Anthropology: Photographs from the Field  »

5pm
Fieldwork is at the heart of anthropological research – we spend time with people we study, we develop personal and...
Francesca Mosca, Carmen, 2012, photgraph mounted on foamcore, 60 x 40 cm
02
Jun

The art of anthropology »

10.30am–5pm
OPENING: 6pm Wednesday 3 June 2015 The Art of Anthropology showcases the photographs of 26 ANU anthropologists taken...
Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia
02
Jun

Making the extraordinary ordinary: the Khmer Rouge tribunal, justice in transition and the promise of a juridical legacy in Cambodia »

12.30–1.30pm
The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (‘ECCC’) is ‘a special Cambodian court’ receiving international...
HRC Seminar Series 2015
02
Jun

Holocaust Memory as a Global Language: The Case of Indigenous Australian Suffering »

4pm
In this talk, Dr Fischer positions Holocaust memory as a global language and applies it to ongoing debates concerning...
Image of Mansour Leghaei
02
Jun

Disputes over nothingness: diverging discourses about due process for aliens »

5.30–6.30pm
The Human Rights Committee of the United Nations recently found that Australia breached its human rights obligations...
Chit Win, ANU College of Asia & the Pacific
03
Jun

Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition launch and lunch »

11.30am–12.30pm
An 80,000 word thesis would take 9 hours to present. You have 3 minutes! Students and supervisors are invited to come...
Burial of Ebola victims
03
Jun

Film screening: In the Shadow of Ebola »

12.30–1pm
In the Shadow of Ebola (2015, 27 min) is an intimate story of a family and a nation torn apart by the Ebola outbreak....
Crawford School
03
Jun

Crawford School of Public Policy - Graduate studies information session »

4–6pm
Completed locally, respected globally Crawford School of Public Policy - Graduate studies information session Looking...
Mount Everest and the Himalayan Mountains
03
Jun

Climate Change: The fate of Himalayan sourced rivers - Perspectives from China, Nepal, India, Bangladesh and Bhutan »

4pm
The Himalaya -Tibetan Plateau, also known as the Water Tower of Asia or the Third Pole, is home to the highest...
June Four Films
03
Jun

Asia and the Pacific Screens 'June Four: Three Films' »

5.30–7.30pm
The fourth season of Asia & the Pacific Screens explores transnational and transcultural experiences that inflect...
Robert Dessaix’s 2008 text Arabesques.
04
Jun

‘The man who isn’t there’: André Gide as travel companion in Robert Dessaix’s Arabesques »

1–2pm
Presented as part of the SLLL Literary Studies Seminar Series This paper looks at the characterisation of André Gide as...
Stephen Whiteman
04
Jun

Landscape and the Stakes of Style: Picturing the Qing in the Kangxi Court »

4–5.30pm
This talk explores the place of landscape in Qing court artistic production in the late seventeenth and early...
June Four Films
04
Jun

Asia and the Pacific Screens 'June Four: Three Films' »

5.30–7.30pm
The fourth season of Asia & the Pacific Screens explores transnational and transcultural experiences that inflect...
Hummingbird http://pixabay.com/en/
04
Jun

From hummingbirds to shiraz: Paraguayan literature from an Australian perspective »

6pm
Australia has a presence in Paraguayan history and culture. Australian Utopia-seekers founded two colonies in Paraguay...

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