Past events

01
Jul
2022

Works that Shaped the World: Radical Orthodoxy

In 2022, the HRC’s Works that Shaped the World public lecture series focuses on religion. The contemporary theological movement known as Radical Orthodoxy...
30
Jun
2022

Symposium on Languages and Linguistics in honour of Jane Simpson

This symposium consists of 2 days of talks that reflect the cohesion and range of Professor Jane Simpson's research and applied research interests. They centre...
30
Jun
2022

Call for Abstracts: InASA biennial conference 2022 "It’s Time…Again"

InASA 2022: It’s Time…Again 30 November – 2 December 2022 ANU and Old Parliament House, Canberra The ANU Australian Studies Institute is delighted to host...
29
Jun
2022

In (or out) of hot water: Federal water policy post election

A panel discussion on water policy under the new Federal Government. About this event One month ago, Australians took to the polls and voted for change. As...
27
Jun
2022

ANU-NTU HDR Workshop 2022 Indigenous Heritage: Past, Present and Future

With young scholars from the Australian National University and the National Taiwan University, this HDR Workshop examines the concepts and practices of...
24
Jun
2022

Symposium: Realignment or dealignment? Survey perspectives on the 2022 Federal Election

By ANU Centre of Social Research and Methods About the Symposium The May 2022 Election led to a change in government for the first time since 2013, with a...

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