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Canberra Writers Festival
21
Aug

Canberra Writers Festival 2019 »

ANU is proud to be a foundation partner and contributor to the annual Canberra Writers Festival. Now in its fourth year...
The Hon Dr Kevin Rudd
28
Aug

Lecture: Alternative Visions for Australia’s Future, delivered by the Hon Dr Kevin Rudd »

5.30–6.45pm
Following the systematic political turmoil that has accompanied the last six years of Australian governance, what now...
Sweet Sorrow
29
Aug

In Conversation with David Nicholls »

6–7pm
British author, David Nicholls will be in conversation with Alex Sloan on David's new novel Sweet Sorrow. It is 10...
ANU students on campus in front of ANU letters
31
Aug

ANU Open Day »

9am–4pm
ANU Open Day is the best way to experience ANU. Meet students, academics and staff from across the University. Learn...

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09
Sep

Prosecuting South Africa’s Apartheid-Era Crimes – Will it Help or Hurt Reconciliation? »

5.30–7pm
For more than 20 years after the transition to democracy in South Africa, only a handful of perpetrators of human...
Public lecture: US Economic and Fiscal Outlook - Tuesday 10 September
10
Sep

The US Deficit and Debt Outlook »

5.30pm
The US Economic and Fiscal Outlook: The Elephant in the Room In this lecture, Alastair will look at the fiscal deficit...
The Globotics Upheaval
10
Sep

In Conversation with Richard Baldwin »

6–7pm
Professor Richard Baldwin will be in conversation with Professor Anthea Roberts on Richard's book The Globotics...
AAS Distinguished Lecture in Anthropology
12
Sep

AAS Distinguished Lecture in Anthropology »

5.30pm
As part of Social Sciences Week 2019, the Australian Anthropological Society presents the 7th Distinguished Lecture in...
13
Sep

Geology@ANU 60th Reunion »

12am–11.30pm
Join us to celebrate the past, present and future of Geoscience at ANU This September come and celebrate our 60th...
Canberra symphony orchestra
14
Sep

Canberra Weekly Classic Afternoon »

2pm
Presented by: Canberra Symphony Orchestra Dubbed ‘The Dancing Oboist’ by the New York Times, Diana Doherty is one of...
Early Riser
16
Sep

In Conversation with Jasper Fforde »

6–7pm
International bestselling British author Jasper Fforde will be in conversation with Colin Steele on Jasper's latest...
Emerson String Quartet
16
Sep

Emerson String Quartet »

7pm
Presented by: Musica Viva Perhaps the most celebrated string quartet ever to emerge from the USA, the Emerson String...
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18
Sep

The Lunar Origins of Cinema: Georges Méliès and Le Voyage dans la Lune »

6.15pm
Since the early days of cinema, the moon has been an enchanting muse. The science of filmmaking was invented by the...
Mad as hell
23
Sep

In conversation with Shaun Micallef »

6–7pm
Shaun Micallef will be in conversation with Alex Sloan on Mad as Hell - A Silver Jubilee of Sketches by Shaun Micallef...
Allan Fels
24
Sep

In conversation with Allan Fels AO »

6–7pm
Allan Fels AO will be in conversation with Andrew Leigh on Allan's memoir, Tough Customer. Chasing a Better Deal for...
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26
Sep

A Southern Perspective on Things: China, Climate Change, and Ghosts »

5.30–7.30pm
Lung Yingtai resigned as culture minister of Taiwan in December 2014, and in 2017 she decided to move to a small town...
Mount Stromlo 74 inch dome at night
27
Sep

Mt. Stromlo Public Astronomy Night »

7–9pm
Mount Stromlo Observatory in conjunction with the Canberra Astronomical Society invite the Canberra community to attend...
Mount Stromlo Observatory dome
28
Sep

Mt. Stromlo Observatory Site Tour »

9.30–11am
Take a walking tour of Mount Stromlo Observatory and learn about one of Canberra’s oldest sites. Mount Stromlo...
Lelepa Women's Band
30
Sep

SYNAPSE The CHL trans-disciplinary seminar: Signal and Process: reconstructing language histories in Melanesia »

11.30am–1.30pm
Historical linguistics and the reconstruction of language histories have long played a pivotal role in the cross-...

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