August 2018

01
Aug
2018

Master Class: “Capitalism and Religion” with Andrea R. Jain

Andrea R. Jain

How does capitalism shape religious lives and how do religious communities affect capitalism?

Andrea R. Jain

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04
Aug
2018

Yoga, Ethics and Care of the Body

Various

How do diverse communities that practice yoga think about the rightful care of the body? This workshop – a morning of talk, practice, and creativity -- will bring together scholars and practitioners to explore questions about yoga, ethics and the body.

Stone hand in mudra position

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08
Aug
2018

50 Years of the Pacific Manuscripts Bureau

Leah Kalamoroh, UPNG Librarian

Known affectionately as 'PAMBU', the Bureau was formed in 1968 to create preservation copies of archives, manuscripts and rare printed material relating to the Pacific Islands.

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09
Aug
2018

PAMBU in Conversation with Leah Kalamoroh

Leah Kalamoroh, UPNG Librarian

The Pacific Manuscripts Bureau will be hosting a small, informal discussion with University of Papua New Guinea Librarian, Leah Kalamoroh and PAMBU Executive Officer, Kari James.

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20
Aug
2018

Opening of the Speech and Language Lab

Various

Please join us for the launch of the Speech and Language Laboratory at the Australian National University. The event will be held in the Speech and Language Lab, Level 1, Baldessin Precinct Building (#110). Food and soft drink will be provided!

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24
Aug
2018

Tracking the Dynamics of Prehistoric Urbanism in Prehistoric Tonga using Geospatial Technologies

Phillip Parton

The island of Tongatapu, the main island of the Kingdom of Tonga in the south west Pacific, was the seat of power for the paramount Tu’i Tonga whose influence extended not only throughout the Tongan archipelago, but to neighbouring islands in western Polynesia.

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