Upcoming events

21
Oct
2020

Hypothetical: A tale of terrorism

The 11 September 2001 attacks hurled terrorism into the global mainstream media. Since then, Australia’s counter-terrorism narrative has developed, carving out...
22
Oct
2020

‘This changes everything!’? Australia and the post-pandemic world

Australian Studies Institute: Interdisciplinary Virtual Symposium Thursday 22 October 2020 9.00am - 5.00pm AEDT Covid-19 has upended daily life with nations...
22
Oct
2020

The human-ape interface in an unprotected Cameroonian forest

Abstract The Cross River gorilla (Gorilla gorilla diehli) and the Nigeria-Cameroon chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes ellioti) are two relatively unknown ape taxa...
23
Oct
2020

Books that Changed Humanity: Sophie Cottin's Claire D'Albe

  In the period 1816-20, Claire d’Albe was in fact the best selling novel in France, followed closely by Cottin's Élisabeth ou les Exilés de Sibérie (1806)....
24
Oct
2020

ANU Flute Day 2020

  ANU School of Music presents its 2020 Flute Day - All together, no screens, COVID-safe.“As evidenced from our final concert, you still have a straight line...
26
Oct
2020

Escaping Natures: an Ethnography of Life and Rent in Gran Sabana, Venezuela

Participants in the Wings Project (Proyecto Alas) sublimated all the characteristics of escapist visits to the Gran Sabana region, in southern Venezuela. A few...
27
Oct
2020

HRC Seminar: Comets, Dynasts, Immensities: Thomas Hardy, Space and Time, 1880-1930

  In this lecture, Prof Stevenson will explore ways that the bright comet of 1881, one of several Thomas Hardy might have witnessed, encouraged interests in...

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