24 October 20166.00pm - 8.00pm
You are invited to the 6th Warren Hogan Memorial Lecture, Building Australia’s infrastructure for the future, with keynote speaker Annabel Spring (BEc Hons ’92, LLB Hons ’94), Group Executive Wealth Management, Commonwealth Bank of Australia.
25 October 201612.00am - 1.00pm
Effects of dietary nitrate supplementation on vascular and metabolic outcomes in humans. Is ageing an effect modifier?
Inorganic nitrate is abundant in several foods, such as green leafy and root vegetables, and it has been linked to the beneficial effects of vegetarian diets and healthy dietary patterns on cardiovascular health.
25 October 20166.00pm - 7.30pm
Crime, immigration, poverty, disenfranchisement, police brutality, inequality: no matter the proxy, race has been the undercurrent of almost every major campaign issue in the 2016 US election. What are the long-term implications for how race, racism, and inequality in American political culture?
26 October 201612.00pm - 2.00pm
Join Alessandro Arcangeli, Associate Professor of Early Modern History at the University of Verona, and Chair of the International Society for Cultural History as he delves into the complex variety of writings on emotions in the 16th century
26 October 20162.30pm - 4.30pm
Research Conversazione is an annual research showcase that provides a unique forum to engage with talented minds, meet experts and forge linkages for future collaboration. It's also a great opportunity to network with your peers.
26 October 20163.00pm - 5.00pm
English Research Seminar: Graphic Narratives and Cultural Translation: The Work of Lat in the Age of Globalisability
Fiona Lee (University of Sydney) discusses cultural translation in the context of graphic narratives.
26 October 20165.30pm - 6.30pm
Hear about the medieval history and literature on which Game of Thrones draws, plus a little speculation as to how it might all end!
26 October 20166.00pm - 7.30pm
The Power Institute is pleased to present a lecture by professor Tamar Garb that considers key works by artist Marlene Dumas in relation to paintings role in the interpretation of history through the photographic.
27 October 20169.00am - 5.00pm
How can we uncover the emotional lives of medieval Scandinavians? Can archaeology shed light on medieval emotions? How can runic inscriptions inform our understanding of emotions?
27 October 201612.00pm - 1.30pm
This seminar provides a novel heuristic to help analysts approach this important but grossly under-researched topic of hidden political agendas. After tackling difficult methodological issues surrounding how we research the 'hidden', it addresses issues such as who hides? What do they hide?