Iain McCalman argues that the Great Barrier Reef has been created by human minds as well as coral polyps - by imaginations as well as natural processes. ANU Emeritus Faculty Biannual Lecture, 12 March 2014, 6-7 pm.
Art & Sex is a series of talks intended to provoke dialogue and debate around current modes of representation of the body, and in particular a deliberate awareness of sexuality rather than just stereotyped conformity to an ideal. 12 March, 1-2 pm.
Sheila Fitzpatrick explores the unique mix of inferiority consciousness and malicious bravado that Stalin and Molotov brought to the field of international diplomacy in the 1920s and 30s. Tuesday 13 March. 5-6.30 pm.
The Sochi Olympic Games has brought widespread criticism of Russia and its government in the mainstream media. DR KIRILL NOURZHANOV looks at this in the context of a much longer history of “Russophobia”, and...
Therese Rein and Michael Brand: 2014 ANU Alumnus of the Year
Top honours for CASS Alumni
CASS Alumni have taken out prestigious awards at the second annual ANU Alumni Awards Gala held on Saturday 1 March at Hotel Realm, as the University took time to reflect on the enormous impact of ANU alumni...
ANU art graduate plays a part in US-French diplomacy
ANU School of Art graduate Rohan Ward has found himself involved in international diplomacy after designing and building a table for United States President Barack Obama.
Ward’s table, made from cherry, oak...