28 September 20163.00pm - 5.00pm
Thomas H. Ford (Monash University) discusses a Goethe poem about the relationship between poetry, meteorology, art and science, considering also what is says about translation and print textuality.
28 September 20165.00pm - 6.30pm
Clusters of development and democratisation: militarist, socialist, and colonial legacies across Southeast Asia
The presentation offers a new theorisation and categorisation of Southeast Asian polities that have pursued rapid development through integration with a regional economy jointly dominated by American, British, Chinese, and Japanese power and capital.
4 October 20165.00pm - 6.30pm
The food environment we experience most is not at home; it is the one we find around the places we work or study. To what extent should school administrators and employers be responsible for creating healthy food spaces or it is up to you - or mum - to pack a healthy lunchbox?
4 October 20166.00pm - 7.30pm
Poorly balanced diets can turn the gut microbiome from a partner for health to a pathogen in chronic diseases. Microbiolgist Professor Liping Zhao explains his research into traditional Chinese medicinal food plants that could possibly alleviate obesity and diabetes with gut microbiota.
5 October 20169.00am - 8.00pm
The 2016 Fauvette Loureiro Memorial Artists Travel Scholarship Finalist Exhibition features the works of the five scholarship finalists.
5 October 201612.30pm - 2.00pm
SDN Democracy Futures | Xi’s global cyber vision: leading the pack or descending into cyber-dystopia?
“The media is the throat of the Chinese Communist Party”. This is the very pulse of Beijing’s power apparatus, and the historic centrality of communication to the Chinese Communist Party has long ensured that its arteries of power remain well lubricated and agile as they branch out and across the...
5 October 20161.00pm - 2.00pm
SCA Art Talk with artist, spoken word performer, and filmmaker Kip Fulbeck
5 October 20163.00pm - 5.00pm
John Frow (University of Sydney) considers some of the interpretive consequences of taking the force of images seriously, the technology of the gaze embodied in the modern art museum, and the notion of presence in both images and texts.
5 October 20164.00pm - 6.00pm
Theoretical, methodological and logistical considerations
A training module for HDR students in the social sciences.
5 October 20166.30pm - 8.00pm
Humboldt, Chronic Diseases and Dentistry: Have you considered how oral health can help ease global health burdens?
Join the Faculty of Dentistry and our new Chair of Lifespan Oral Health, Professor Joerg Eberhard, for his inaugural lecture when he discusses Humboldt’s work and how it relates to oral health and our overall health.