May 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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02
May
2022

Politics of migration: New perspectives on the 3rd millennium in Europe

Daniela Hofmann and Martin Furholt

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

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06
May
2022

Recognition of Classical Mongolian Script

Dr Natasha Fijn

Every couple of weeks, the Mongolia Institute holds a seminar as part of a Lunchtime Seminar Series.

Recognition of Classical Mongolian Script

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18
May
2022

Wemba Wamba Yumerraki: An immersive approach to research

Jennifer Mason

Storytelling is at the heart of Indigenous knowledge systems, and the visualization of the data analysis is posited through Jennifer Mason's perspective as a Gourrmjanyuk woman of the Wemba Wamba Nation.

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20
May
2022

Indonesian Culture Event

Various

Get set for a taste of true Indonesia with this potpourri of Indonesian culture, which encompasses a screening of the popular Indonesian movie, Di Balik '98 (Behind '98).

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20
May
2022

PhD TPR Seminar: The ‘Nothing’ that Women Do: Storytelling the Lives of Japan’s Sindhi Merchant Wives

Mamta Sachan Kumar

Photo: Founding members of the 'Wednesday Group' - a pioneering women's group in 1960s Kobe Indian society (photograph courtesy of Chablani family)

There live these women in a town by the sea –

Kobe; the women of Sindhi ethnicity.

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25
May
2022

Celebrating Professor Carol Hayes

Various

In this ANU Japan Institute Seminar, we celebrate the lifetime achievements of Carol Hayes, Professor of Japanese Language and Studies at the School of Culture, History & Language , ANU College of Asia and the Pacific.

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31
May
2022

Dreams of Flight: The Lives of Chinese Women Students in the West

A/Prof. Fran Martin (University of Melbourne)

"Educational mobility and the making of gendered subjects: A Discussion with A/Prof. Fran Martin (University of Melbourne) on her new book, Dreams of Flight: The Lives of Chinese Women Students in the West”

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