1 July 20159.00am - 5.00pm
Artists Anne Kay, Jane Polkinghorne and Sarah Newall use the book as a starting point for three different approaches to working with books as inspiration, as concept, as object and as source.
10 July 201511.00am - 5.00pm
Tactical Imaginary is an active inquiry into the relationship between documentary practices in contemporary art and culture, and the further production of meaning through theoretical inquiry.
15 July 20159.30am - 3.15pm
This free symposium will provide insight into current and future technologies for online platforms with real time data acquisition useful in a variety of teaching approaches, e.g. laboratories, case studies, PBLs, etc. Academics will share their use and development of blended laboratories in science
16 July 201512.00am - 12.00am
‘Doing Time’ represents a new interdisciplinary initiative, being the first time for the Sydney Law School and the Sydney Institute of Criminology to collaborate with visual artists to present a nuanced, creative and academically informed response to imprisonment.
21 July 20151.00pm - 2.00pmThis event has been cancelled
Human intervention studies have shown that ingestion of non-nutritive sweeteners (NNS) can cause an increase in hunger, appetite, and food consumption; however, the molecular bases for these effects are unknown.
22 July 20151.00pm - 2.30pm
The Sydney Institute of Criminology, Sydney Law School is pleased to announce a seminar with Professor Sandra Walklate, University of Liverpool.
22 July 20155.30pm - 7.00pm
Join us for an exclusive reading by the highly regarded American poet, Sharon Olds. All are welcome to attend.
23 July 20151.00pm - 2.30pm
This one-hour session will give postgraduate students and academic staff an idea of what editors are looking for in submitted articles, and will offer general advice on how to maximise the chances for publishing in quality journals.
28 July 20156.00pm - 7.30pm
The recent economic crisis has revivified interest in the history of economics. New questions about how we might go about studying the economic are being asked. Award winning Oxford economic historian Patricia Clavin asks what does adding women add to our understanding of the economics.
29 July 201511.00am - 12.30pm
From regulated self-learning to self-regulated learning
A Research on Learning and Education Innovation seminar presented by Dr Jimmie Leppink of Maastricht University.