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Sep
2020

Comparative Austronesian Relationship Terminologies

This is an exercise in what may be deemed ‘old fashioned’ anthropology. Based on a database of approximately 450 Austronesian terminologies and a methodology...
25
Sep
2020

Books that Changed Humanity: The Quiet American

The world may yearn for a ‘quiet’ American in 2020, but 65 years ago, the English novelist, Graham Greene presaged its dangers in The Quiet American. In an...
25
Sep
2020

Books that Changed Humanity: The Quiet American

With Professor Mark Kenny The world may yearn for a ‘quiet’ American in 2020, but 65 years ago, the English novelist, Graham Greene presaged its dangers in...
25
Sep
2020

Conversations across the Creek: Pill Testing

   Pill testing, or drug checking, is a medically supervised intervention focussed on providing reliable and non-discriminatory information to people who...
24
Sep
2020

Works that Shaped the World: Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831)

  From nationalism to liberalism to communism, the German philosopher G.W.F. Hegel inspired a variety of modern ideologies that share at least one thing in...
24
Sep
2020

The earliest sea voyages to Australia

Abstract Modern day Indonesia and Timor-Leste have never been connected to the mainland, necessitating multiple sea crossings of our species from mainland...
24
Sep
2020

Research Seminar: John Mackey

Theorizing Improvisation – Reducing Unpredictability or Uncertainty in relation to ‘Outside Playing’ My PhD research focusses on the development of...

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