Postgraduate Study Options - Digital Humanities & Public Culture

How can we map our future if we can't chart our course to date? Through art, politics, and culture, each perspective converges to form a view of our past. Understanding, interpreting and sharing these stories will help us navigate to a better future.

Join our online information session and hear from leading academics and students about the benefits of studying the Master of Digital Humanities & Public Culture.

In this session we will be discussing the following program:

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Gain an in-depth understanding of your program/s of interest and explore your study options during this interactive information session. Whether you are about to come to ANU, still deciding or just interested, we encourage you to join us.

Date Time Topic  
Monday 10 September 4-5pm (AEST) Archaeology, Anthropology, and Biological Anthropology Register now
Tuesday 11 September 4-5pm (AEST) Linguistics and Translation Register now
Wednesday 12 September 4-5pm (AEST) Middle Eastern and Central Asian Studies Register now
Monday 24 September 4-5pm (AEST) Museum and Heritage Studies Register now
Tuesday 25 September 4-5pm (AEST) Social Research and Demography Register now
Tuesday 9 October 4-5pm (AEST) Anthropology Register now
Thursday 11 October 4-5pm (AEST) Digital Humanities & Public Culture Register now
Tuesday 23 October 4-5pm (AEST) Graduate Studies Select Register now


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