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Mar
2017
Teeth are some of the best preserved and most commonly-recovered elements in human fossil assemblages, leading to more than a century of...
15
Mar
2017
To understand the history of archaeology is one way to understand ourselves. Brian Fagan explores the  history of archaeology from its...
15
Mar
2017
Note: This lecture will contain images of human remains   The world's oldest artificial mummies are found along the desert coast of...
15
Mar
2017
The Cultural Riches of Ancient S.E. Australia: From Cloggs Cave to Birrigai to Bogong Cave Archaeological investigation over the last 50...
15
Mar
2017
Featuring: Alison Alder, Anna Madeleine, James Tylor (ADL), Lucinda Eva-May (MELB) and Soren Dahlgaard (MELB) Curated by: Anja Loughhead...
15
Mar
2017
Hear Professor Nikolas Rose argue that we should rethink the experience of living in the city in the light of recent developments in the...
15
Mar
2017
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the High Court decision in Mabo. It seems timely to look ahead at what the next 25 years might...
14
Mar
2017
This talk examines the ways in which successive Egyptian governments have utilised lawmaking to eliminate opponents and silence voices of...
14
Mar
2017
In conjunction with the upcoming Universitry of British Columbia Visits in March 2017, the CSRM will be hosting a public lecture with...
14
Mar
2017
Professor Nikolas Rose (Kings College London) is coming to the ANU's Research School of Social Sciences (RSSS) to provide a day-long...

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