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Vladimir Putin
25
Aug

Foreign and domestic policy issues in Putin's Russia »

6–7.30pm
Dr Andrey Kortunov and Professor Richard Sakwa will discuss Russia's new directions under the government of President...
Yann Martel
26
Aug

Climbing Mountains/Writing Stories – A Talk by Yann Martel »

6.30pm
DISCOUNTED TICKETS Use the code cwf2016 at check-out to obtain $25 tickets for this event.  - - - -  Join...
Photo by Daniel Wehner on Flickr
27
Aug

Announcement of CHASS Australia Book Prize Long List »

2.45–3.10pm
The Council for the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (CHASS) awards an annual Australia Book Prize to the author...
A C Grayling
27
Aug

Progress in Troubled Times: Learning from “The Age of Genius" »

3.15–4.30pm
Progress in Troubled Times: Learning from the Age of Genius will touch on how the seventeenth century heralded the "...

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Michael Edwards, Five Peices of Baggage (detail), 2015, oil on canvas, 120 x 180cm. Image courtesy of the artist
18
Aug

2/2016: Visual arts graduate season »

10.30am–5pm
Exhibition Three Michael Edwards | Painting | Doctor of Philosophy Michael Edwards is a Canberra-based artist who...
Michael Herzfeld
25
Aug

China as crypto-colony: A critical approach to ‘National Culture’ »

4–5.30pm
Using examples drawn from the fields of religion and heritage studies and also from his recent encounters with Chinese...
Vladimir Putin
25
Aug

Foreign and domestic policy issues in Putin's Russia »

6–7.30pm
Dr Andrey Kortunov and Professor Richard Sakwa will discuss Russia's new directions under the government of President...
Prime Minister Najib
26
Aug

Malaysia Update Conference 2016: Najib’s Malaysia — A Crisis of Confidence? »

8.30am–5.30pm
The past year in Malaysia has been as tumultuous as any in sixty years of independence. At its epicentre has been the...
Breastfeeding in public
26
Aug

Support for breastfeeding mothers in workplaces and childcare services at the ANU »

11am
Over a decade ago, leading female academics seeking greater gender equity called for universities to ‘bring babies and...
Zhang Peili
26
Aug

语言与语境 / Text and Context »

4–5.15pm
Zhang Peili, widely regarded as the the father of video art in China, is one of the most eminent artists to emerge in...
Yann Martel
26
Aug

Climbing Mountains/Writing Stories – A Talk by Yann Martel »

6.30pm
DISCOUNTED TICKETS Use the code cwf2016 at check-out to obtain $25 tickets for this event.  - - - -  Join...
Zhang Peili: From Painting to Video
27
Aug

Special Weekend Viewing - Zhang Peili: From Painting to Video »

11am–3pm
'Zhang Peili: From Painting to Video' is a collaboration between the Australian Centre on China in the World...
Photo by Daniel Wehner on Flickr
27
Aug

Announcement of CHASS Australia Book Prize Long List »

2.45–3.10pm
The Council for the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences (CHASS) awards an annual Australia Book Prize to the author...
A C Grayling
27
Aug

Progress in Troubled Times: Learning from “The Age of Genius" »

3.15–4.30pm
Progress in Troubled Times: Learning from the Age of Genius will touch on how the seventeenth century heralded the "...
Sally O'Callaghan, Untitled, 2015, Acrylic and cotton thread on Chiffon and tulle, Pine frame, 65.5 x 71 x 5.2 cm
27
Aug

ANU School of Art Drawing Prize »

9pm
Duration: Tuesday, August 23, 2016 - 10:30 - Saturday, September 3, 2016 - 17:00 Location: Foyer Gallery ANU School of...
Zhang Peili: From Painting to Video
28
Aug

Special Weekend Viewing - Zhang Peili: From Painting to Video »

11am–3pm
'Zhang Peili: From Painting to Video' is a collaboration between the Australian Centre on China in the World...
How climate change threatens security
29
Aug

Climate Cafe: How climate change threatens our security »

12.15–1.45pm
Climate change is exacerbating tensions in areas with existing global instability, increasing the risk and changing the...
Photo: Hongqiao business district. Supplied by Yanpeng Jiang
29
Aug

Cooperation between Japan and China? Defining land-based coalitions in China »

12.30–2pm
COOPERATION BETWEEN JAPAN AND CHINA? The presentation begins with a literature research review of the rare earth metals...
Professor Catherine Waldby
29
Aug

JCSMR Director’s Public Lecture Series: Tissue donors and their role in medical innovation »

5.30–6.15pm
Innovation is the word of the year for University Researchers, and medical research is at the forefront of the drive to...

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