Upcoming events

26
Feb
2024

Park rangers, pig hunters and pigs: The unruly world of invasive species management and control in a Cape York national park

Biosecurity and invasive species management is an enduring concern for environmental managers in Australia. In Cape York Peninsula, far north Queensland,...
27
Feb
2024

The psychological work of ancient Greek tragedy beyond Oedipus and the individual

Ancient Greek tragedy has long provided potent material for psychoanalysts to use in illuminating how the human mind works and interacts with the world. Yet an...
27
Feb
2024

Julie Allen (BYU), “Screening Europe in Australasia: Recovering the Silent Era Through Trove”

Please join us for the next CuSPP Seminar in-person on Tuesday, 27 Feb. in the Lady Wilson Room (2.10) in Sir Roland Wilson Building from 4pm-5:30pm. In the...
28
Feb
2024

SCIENCE. ART. FILM Jaws + Panel

Billed as ‘The terrifying motion picture from the terrifying No. 1 bestseller’ Jaws has indelibly shaped the way many of us view sharks. The great white from...
29
Feb
2024

Neil Hogan’s TPR, “Imagining the future: Science and ‘Science (in) Fiction’ in early twentieth century Australian newspapers”

Please join us for the next CuSPP Seminar online on Thursday, 29 February from 1-2pm. Please refer to the CuSPP email or email Wesley.Lim@anu.edu.au for the...
01
Mar
2024

Palaeocological insights into the causes and consequences of Late Quaternary megafauna extinction in Asia and Australia

Palaeoecological Insights into the Causes and Consequences of Mid-Late Quaternary Megafauna Extinction in Asia and Australia Mid-Late Quaternary megafauna...
04
Mar
2024

‘Save Cow, Save India’: Interspecific vulnerabilities in India’s cow protection politics

India criminalises cow slaughter, based on Hindus’ reverence of cows as sacred and a Hindu nationalist imagination of the cow as a Hindu nation. Simultaneously...

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