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18
Oct
2018

Sexual selection and the evolution of the human beard

The evolution of reduced body hair distinguishes humans from other anthropoid primates. However, humans retain marked patches of hair on the face and body, of...
18
Oct
2018

Public Lecture: Rosie Isaac

Rosie Isaac is an artist and a writer. She makes performances, texts and sculptures and is particularly interested in authority, morality, language and myth....
18
Oct
2018

The dead pan: Nathanael West’s unfunny jokes and modernist anti‐sentimentalism

Though Nathanael West’s novels are often read in terms of an ancient and revered mode of misanthropic humour—satire—in this paper I want to draw on recent work...
18
Oct
2018

The dead pan: Nathanael West’s unfunny jokes and modernist anti‐sentimentalism

Though Nathanael West’s novels are often read in terms of an ancient and revered mode of misanthropic humour—satire—in this paper I want to draw on recent...
17
Oct
2018

Online Archives and Digital Resources: A thousand years of networks

As part of the “Settimana della lingua italiana”, Dr Josh Brown will give a lecture on October 17 at 4pm entitled “Online archives and digital resources: A...
16
Oct
2018

Public Lecture: Dr Jane Cook

Art, Science, and the Subtleties of Making“It is human nature to put things and experiences into categories to aid our understanding of the Cosmos and our...
14
Oct
2018

Talking About Stones - Forbes

Want to find out more about the stone tools you have found on your property? Aboriginal stone artefacts are regularly found on...

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