Past events

13
Nov
2019

Inspiring Women Reflect: Hon Dame Annette King in conversation with Hon Ros Kelly AO

The ANU Australian Studies Institute and ANU Gender Institute, in partnership with PwC are pleased to present Inspiring Women Reflect featuring The Hon Dame...
31
Oct
2019

Peel: One British Prime Minister and Four Personalities

Robert Peel was Conservative prime minister briefly in the 1830s and then again between 1841 and 1846 during which period he is famous for the repeal of the...
29
Oct
2019

Darwinism’s Generations: Responding to Evolution, 1859-1909

1859 marked the start of a profound cultural crisis in Britain. Of the various triggers of this crisis, none was more significant than the publication of...
25
Oct
2019

Diversifying Australia: Immigration and demographics in the post-White Australia policy era

Australia has one of the largest percentages of immigrant populations in the developed world, with both a highly regulated system of immigration control and...
25
Oct
2019

Russia in Asia and the World: A Symposium dedicated to Yevgeny Primakov

The ANU Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies (The Middle East and Central Asia) will hold a symposium on Friday, October 25, entitled 'Russia in Asia and the...
23
Oct
2019

Building a better ‘middle ground’: the next step for theory and museums

Theories relating to cultural intersections such as the cultural interface and contact zone theory have moved museum thinking and practice in to a new era of...
18
Oct
2019

Imagining Asian Australia: Constructions of ‘Asian Religion’ and Australian Federation

Australia’s conscious ‘engagement with Asia’ is usually traced to Prime Minister Paul Keating’s (1991-1996) reorientation of Australian diplomacy, defence and...

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