Works That Shaped The World

As a precautionary measure against Covid-19 based on expert advice, ANU has cancelled public events from Monday 16 March until the end of semester one, Saturday 20 June. As a result this event series has been suspended.

Works That Shaped The World, presented by the ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences and Humanities Research Centre returns for 2020, with an exciting new series of talks exploring great works in the humanities.

What do the composer Ludwig van Beethoven, the convict Sarah Bellamy, the poet William Wordsworth, the Gweagal shield, and the philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel all have in common? They were born in 1770, on the cusp of the modern world and the modern Australian nation.

Join us in 2020 for Works that Shaped the World to help us recognise 250 years, and discover their fascination stories and lasting legacy.


Works That Shaped The World Podcast

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