15 September 20156.30pm - 7.30pm
"I don't think any other writer has so perfectly nailed the animal humour of the Australian male," says Malcolm Knox of David Ireland's 'The Glass Canoe', a book he will be discussing tonight at Sydney Ideas.
16 September 20155.30pm - 7.00pm
This seminar will cover the recent and dramatic changes in the operation and regulation of multinational corporations, as well as the growing global tension between the "shareholder value" and "stakeholder rights" camps of corporate governance.
17 September 20156.00pm - 7.30pm
ADDing WOMEN AND STIRring in Immigration History is part of a series of public talks and conversations featuring new work in the Humanities and Social Sciences. Experts discuss and debate what does adding women change about how we understand the past, the present, and the future?
28 September 20158.30am - 5.30pm
This important public health event provides our staff, students, affiliates and external partners and networks the opportunity to come together and celebrate the exciting and innovative research work currently being undertaken in the University's School of Public Health.
6 October 20159.00am - 5.00pm
Join us for a week-long celebration of the very best music from the Conservatorium featuring our students and staff, and guest alumni performers.
13 October 20156.30pm - 7.30pm
Novelist Mireille Juchau looks at Patrick White's Riders in the Chariot (1961), its themes of xenophobia and mysticism, exile and belonging, art and transcendence.
19 October 20155.30pm - 7.00pm
In this 2015 Ross Parsons Law & Business Seminar series, Dr Robert Austin and Ron Barusch will analyse and discuss some of the key cases, reforms and corporate governance developments in law and business during 2015, both in Australia and the United States.
21 October 20155.45pm - 6.45pm
Galloping Genes: Equine genetics in the racing industry. The 2015 JD Stewart Lecture Presented by Dr Natasha Hamilton Faculty of Veterinary Science The University of Sydney
7 November 20152.00pm - 3.00pm
Join us at the Nicholson Museum for the next lecture in our free Saturday series, "Travellers’ Tales: European Adventures in Art, History & Culture".