June 2022

01
Apr
2022

Murrindyarr-yaba: CHL's ECR Collective

Multiple Speakers

At the School of Culture, History & Language (CHL), it’s been an ongoing endeavour to champion initiatives from diverse walks of life and it is integral to CHL’s culture of inclusion and diversity.

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06
Jun
2022

Rejecting ‘natural fertility’

Heidi Colleran

Synapse Trans-Disciplinary Seminar Series by the School of Culture, History & Language

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09
Jun
2022

PhD TPR Seminar: On the Early Life of Chen Jingyuan

Linfang Wang

With the establishment of the Northern Song dynasty in 960, intellectuals pondered the identity of the newly established dynasty. They looked back to the classics for answers, reinterpreting them in the new context.

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29
Jun
2022

Genomics, consumer DNA testing, and personal reconnections: using genetics to learn about human history and ancestry

Dr Ray Tobler

The emergence of genomic research in the 21st century is rapidly transforming our understanding of human history, by providing a robust empirical basis to study the ancient migrations and interactions of our ancestors tracing back tens of thousands of years.

Photo Credit: Mata Mura Enterprises

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