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24 October 20157.15am - 6.00pmPlanned (not published externally)
Just an hour south of Sydney is the magnificent Royal National Park and the stunning south coast where Sydneysiders go to relax, explore and enjoy nature.
8 February 20168.00am - 5.00pm
Come and enjoy a smile, a giggle or a big laugh at the Library's Rare Books and Special Collection’s new exhibition showcasing some of the holdings of the Humour Collection. All welcome!
#Sydney_library #RareBooks #humour
16 May 20169.00am - 5.00pm
This exhibition is a celebration of the University Library’s Rare Music Collection, on the occasion of its relocation from the Conservatorium Library to Fisher Rare Books & Special Collections.#RareBooks #Sydney_library
8 June 20164.00pm - 5.30pmPlanned (not published externally)
Higher poverty rates and lack of development seem to significantly correlate with higher electoral hostility in Papua. The seminar looks at the issues of modernisation, policing/security institutions and the (possible) abuse of procedural democracy in weakening the secessionist aspirations.
28 July 201611.00am - 5.00pm
Presented through audio recordings, interview transcripts, quotes and images, this exhibition portrays today’s leading architects and society in general. Listen to these voices as they help us challenge one fundamental question: what is architecture, here and now?
11 August 201611.00am - 4.00pm
Femflix profiles distinct aspects of 90s feminist screen culture: animation, curated by Deborah Szapiro; live action short films, curated by Jacqueline Millner and Jane Schneider; and a new contemporary video installation by Elena Knox that draws on the insights of this pioneering period.
15 August 20161.00pm - 2.00pmThis event has been cancelled
Exchange of experiences between the University of Sydney and the University of Toronto
29 August 20165.00pm - 7.00pm
Dangerous Daisies: an outraged, playful, gendered text or a 'witty surrealist comedy'? The Postgraduate Film Studies Reading Group screens Vera Chytilová's wildly intelligent, poetic and unruly cinematic vision, 'Daisies' (Czechoslovakia, 1966).
30 August 201612.00pm - 1.00pm
'The great tragedy of science–the slaying of a beautiful hypothesis by an ugly fact.' wrote Huxley, in a statement that is as much about how science works as about the irrepressible optimism required to practice it.
30 August 20163.00pm - 4.00pm
Dr. Arya Sharma is Professor and Chair of Obesity Research and Management, University of Alberta | Medical Director of the Edmonton Regional Weight Wise Program | Scientific Director of the Canadian Obesity Network, and President of the Canadian Association of Bariatric Physicians and Surgeons.