March 2019

01
Mar
2019

Until Hela Becomes a City: The Western Encounter with Huli Modernity

Michael Main

This thesis is an investigation into materialism as a crucial component of Huli thought.

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06
Mar
2019

The International in IWD: Travelling Feminisms

Maeve Powell; Dr Katerina Teaiwa; Dr Vini Gautam; Dr Jane Golley

Join us for an exciting public panel and discussion highlighting the international in International Women’s Day.

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08
Mar
2019

OBJECTively - Connecting Australia and Japan: objects, cultural stories, people

Professor Kazue Nakamura Ryuhei Nadatani, Lesley Kehoe, Doug Hall AM, and many more.

In this symposium, prominent Australian and Japanese artists, cultural commentators and scholars speak about their personal relationship with an object that embodies a connection between Japan and Australia.

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08
Mar
2019

Illustrations of the Yijing Numerology as an Exegetical Method in Northern Song China

Qin Yang

Commentaries on the Yijing (Book of changes) before the eleventh century had been built mainly on the statements of hexagrams and the configuration of lines.

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14
Mar
2019

Towards reinvigorating Australian foreign policy studies

Professor Valerie M Hudson, Mark Kenny & Professor Jacqui True

The 2017 Foreign Policy White Paper highlighted how forces of change are challenging the rules-based global order upon which Australia’s security and prosperity has depended since the Second World War.

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15
Mar
2019

Myanmar Update 2019: Living with Myanmar

Al Haj U Aye Lwin, Chief Convenor for the Islamic Centre of Myanmar; Ikuko Okamoto, Toyo University,

Building on the 2017 Update which probed the theme of ‘Transformations’, the 2019 conference seeks to explore the contradictions, ambiguities and complexities of ‘Living with Myanmar’.

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21
Mar
2019

Human rights movements in PNG: people with HIV, men with diverse sexualities and transgender Papua New Guineans

Tim Leach

In responding to the HIV epidemic in PNG, people with HIV, men with diverse sexualities and transgender Papua New Guineans have come together to build representative organisations that have been valued voices for these most marginalised of communities. After fifteen years of activity, having face

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25
Mar
2019

What expertise do you need to be an effective transdisciplinarian?

Professor Gabriele Bammer

Join guest speaker Professor Gabriele Bammer in the Trans-disciplinary Seminar Series presented by School of Culture, History and Language and Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Languages.

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28
Mar
2019

Mercury Australia launch

Dr Larissa Schneider, Associate Professor Darren Sinclair, Professor Simon Haberle, Professor Peter

Join us to launch Mercury Australia, a network of Australian university researchers investigating the uses and impacts of mercury (Hg) and their implications for regulation and governance.

Image: luca savettiere/Flickr

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