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  • 25 June 2015
    5.30pm - 7.00pm

    2015 Parsons Address: Capital Offences: Business Crime in America's Corporate Century

    Samuel Buell, Professor of Law at Duke University, will discuss material from his book Capital Offences (forthcoming WW Norton & Co. 2015), in which he leads a guided tour through the revealing and poorly understood realm of business crime and its governing legal regime in America.

  • 30 June 2015
    7.00pm - 7.00pm
    Sergeant York

    Films At Fisher: Sergeant York (1941)

    Come and watch the great Gary Cooper as "Sergeant York" - A film about WW1, but which gaining significant importance after the bombing of Pearl Harbour in 1941.

  • 4 July 2015
    2.00pm - 3.00pm

    Balkan Traveller: The Secret Life of Sir Arthur Evans

    Join us at the Nicholson Museum for our free Saturday lecture series "Travellers’ Tales: European Adventures in Art, History & Culture".

  • 7 July 2015
    6.00pm - 7.30pm

    Sydney Ideas and Food@Sydney- The Glass Wall Fallacy

    Timothy Pachirat spent almost six months undercover in one of the largest cattle slaughterhouses in the US. In this talk he will share what he learned and answer the question – if slaughterhouses had glass walls would we all be vegetarian?

  • 14 July 2015
    8.15am - 6.00pm

    2015 Research Symposium - Soil to save our planet

    2015 Research Symposium: Soil to save our planet. All terrestrial life depends on soil, and because of its fundamental role, soil can save our planet. Celebrate and commemorate the International Year of Soils in 2015 with this one day Symposium at the University of Sydney.

  • 15 July 2015
    6.00pm - 7.30pm

    Inventing Egypt: modern fantasies of the ancient world of the pharaohs

    Ancient Egypt has long attracted what archaeologists and historians describe as "the lunatic fringe" (with a subset sometimes called "pyramidiots"). This illustrated talk considers how and why ancient Egypt has stimulated (and continues to inspire) such invented pasts.

  • 17 July 2015
    10.00am - 12.00pm
    Clive Beck

    Teacher education 'reform': international trends

    Government interventions in teacher education examined as worldwide phenomena: from dismantling to re-invention.

  • 22 July 2015
    6.00pm - 8.00pm
    Brisbane CBD

    Meet Sydney Information Evening - Brisbane

    Ever wondered what it would be like to study at one of Australia’s leading universities? Representatives and a current student will answer all of your questions about studying at the University of Sydney at our information evening in Brisbane.

  • 27 July 2015
    9.00am - 5.00pm

    Sydney Catalyst International Translational Cancer Research Symposium

    International and local leaders in translational cancer research will gather in Sydney on Monday 27 July to attend the second Sydney Catalyst International Translational Cancer Research Symposium.

  • 28 July 2015
    6.00pm - 7.30pm

    Sydney Ideas - ADDing WOMEN AND STIRring in Economic History

    ADDing WOMEN AND STIRring in Economic 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?