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New Zealand advisory sessions

New Zealand advisory sessions

ANU is visiting New Zealand. Come and talk to us about your study options and how to apply. Wellington - Wednesday 30 July, and Auckland - Thursday 31 July.

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Australian Shorts by the Human Rights Arts and Film Festival

Australian Shorts by the Human Rights Arts and Film Festival

6:30pm, Thursday 31 July
CASS is partnering with the Human Rights Arts and Film Festival to bring you a free screening of inspiring film from emerging Australian filmmakers.

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 Languages Showcase

Languages Showcase

Wednesday 20 August, 6-8pm

Our Languages Showcase evening will give you a taste of the languages we offer through short presentations and interactive activities.

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Research intensive degrees information sessions

Research intensive degrees information sessions

Want to know more the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) in Arts? Visit us in Sydney or Canberra in August for a one-on-one chat.

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New politics and international relations academics

New politics and international relations academics

Get to know some of our new staff starting at the School of Politics and International Relations this year.

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Studying the Chinese Internet

Studying the Chinese Internet

Thursday 31 July - Friday 1 August
This workshop brings the nascent study of the Chinese web to ANU and builds on the university's expertise in China studies, computer science and the social science of the internet.

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The Value of the Humanities: A two day Colloquium

The Value of the Humanities: A two day Colloquium

14-15 August
A.D. Hope Conference Room, ANU

A colloquium to discuss the current state of global humanities through the question of value.

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 ANU Centre for European Studies Publishing Prize

ANU Centre for European Studies Publishing Prize

Two prizes of A$2,500 each to assist the publication of academic research with a European focus through ANU Press. Applications close 31 July 2014.

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Research

ARC grant to provide new perspective on WWII in Borneo

ANU will partner with the Australian War Memorial to provide unique insights into how different groups of people experienced World War II (WWII) in Borneo.  Dr Christine Helliwell from the ANU School of Archaeology...

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Scotland at the crossroads

PhD student James Cameron looks at the influence of the Scottish National Party and prospects...

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ANU PhD scholars to participate in global humanities collaboration

CASS PhD students Emily Soper and Annemarie McLaren have been chosen to participate in a new...

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CASS graduation day celebrations

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ANU alumna returns to School of Art

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