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Bunga Barrabugu Winter Program ...

The Bunga Barranugu Winter Program is by invitation only. Year 12 Students attend a five day ... Read more

Making Tomorrow Forum...

All over Australia, there are people working in schools to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait ... Read more

China in ASEAN...

The 2016 ASEAN Forum co-hosted by the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre and China Studies Centre will ... Read more

International House 50th Anniversary Celebration ...

International House’s 50th Anniversary Celebration Concert, featuring performances by distinguished alumni, friends and current ... Read more

International House 50th Anniversary Public ...

Is the World Coming Together or Falling Apart? As International House celebrates its 50th anniversary, ... Read more

International House 50th Anniversary Art &...

This special exhibition, which will see the unveiling of a major new work by Bronwyn ... Read more

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  • 9 June 2016
    2.30pm - 3.00pm
    Bowel Cancer Awareness

    Get Your Rear into Gear. Bowel Cancer awareness seminar

    Get Your Rear into Gear. Bowel Cancer awareness seminar for the University . Bring your colleagues and come along to this free health promotion event facilitated by Maria McEnery, Health Promotion Officer, Bowel Cancer Australia.

  • 9 June 2016
    6.00pm - 8.00pm

    Meet Sydney Information Evening - Melbourne

    Join us at our Meet Sydney information evening to find out about our wide range of bachelor's, master's and PhD degrees, scholarships, how to apply, and life on our campus. Representatives, a current student and our alumni will answer all your questions about studying at the University of Sydney.

  • 9 June 2016
    6.00pm - 7.00pm
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    Sydney Ideas Key Texts The Manifesto

    This Key Texts lecture explores how the manifesto became a defining genre of the artistic avant-garde and other political movements across the 20th century, from Futurism and Surrealism to radical feminist manifestos by Valerie Solanas and the Riot Grrrls.

  • 9 June 2016
    6.00pm - 7.30pm

    Sydney Ideas - Healing Rituals in Medieval Chinese Buddhism

    What was unique about the about the practice of Chinese Buddhism in the medieval world, especially its approach to healing? This lecture explores the belief that illness can be cured through karmic means and reflects on the process of healing in Chinese Buddhism.

  • 10 June 2016
    3.00pm - 4.30pm

    A celebration of history

    The Department of History invites HSC History students, their teachers and parents to join them in a light-hearted celebration of history.

  • 10 June 2016
    5.30pm - 6.30pm

    Sydney Ideas - Controversial Conversations: Reclaiming, Resilience and Decolonising

    Key to understanding the struggles faced by Indigenous peoples is to understand that colonial practice is maintained today by all members of society through policies, systems, and attitudes. Join a panel to discuss the ways colonisation persists today for Indigenous peoples around the globe.

  • 14 June 2016
    6.00pm - 7.30pm

    Sydney Ideas - Imagining the Future

    Coinciding with the 500th anniversary of Thomas More's Utopia, join Griffith Review founding editor Julianne Schultz as she launches Griffith Review 52: Imagining the Future.

  • 15 June 2016
    11.30am - 1.00pm
    Franzisca Trede

    Enhancing workplace learning through mobile technology

    A Centre for Research on Learning and Innovation workshop to demonstrate and investigate the processes used to develop mobile resources for learning in workplace settings.

  • 15 June 2016
    5.30pm - 6.00pm

    Exhibition talks:Tang

    Discover the stories behind the gold, silver, glass, ceramics, murals and other precious objects of China’s golden age in Tang 唐: treasures from the Silk Road capital.

  • 15 June 2016
    6.00pm - 7.30pm
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    Sydney Ideas - The Middle Ages Now

    The Middle Ages have never been more current. Particularly since 9/11, the term 'medieval' has been used to describe, for example, climate-change deniers, climate-change scientists, Christians, Muslims, IS, and Al-Qaeda, to name a few. We explore the of the 'modern' Middle Ages.