Events March 2015

27
Mar
2015

Mental health and disengaged youth

Paul Amores, PhD scholar, Crawford School, ANU.

We utilise a unique dataset that combines administrative income support data with longitudinal survey responses to look at the relationship between mental health and economic inactivity for young Australians from disadvantaged, middle, and upper-middle

27
Mar
2015

Informal networks in non-Western judiciaries

Allen Hicken, University of Michigan; Matthew Ingram, University of Albany; Martin Krygier, UNSW and Alexei Trochev, Nazarbayev University.

This public roundtable concludes the workshop on informal networks in non-Western judiciaries, which brought together leading judicial politics scholars for a two day international symposium.

27
Mar
2015

The Jiandao Frontier, 1907-1932: Japanese empire and the origins of Korean nationalism in exile

Andrew De Lisle

By the year 1907, the Japanese Empire had consolidated its protectorate in Korea, deposing the Korean king and taking control of Korea’s internal and foreign affairs.

27
Mar
2015

Hybridity in history: churches and colonialism

Victor Igreja (University of Queensland and University of Southern Queensland); Anna-Karina Hermkens (ANU)

Lunchtime seminar: Hybridity in history: churches and colonialism

27
Mar
2015

The spectres of peasantry: Rituals, demonstrations and cultural intimacy in rural Java

Amrih Widodo

On 17th August 2012, peasant communities in the southern part of Pati district, Central Java, organized a folk ritual to commemorate Indonesia's independence day.

31
Mar
2015

Engaging your students online

Digital Learning Project Team

This workshop explores the possibilities and inter-relationships between  learning activities, technology  and pedagogy in building and sustaining student engagement in online courses.

31
Mar
2015

Rituals and ritualism in the international human rights system

Professor Hilary Charlesworth
Attention to both the rituals and ritualism of the international human rights system illuminates its workings.
31
Mar
2015

Language, translation and the foreign in Anglo-Italian crime fiction

Brigid Maher

In the Anglophone literary climate publishers are often reluctant to ‘advertise’ the foreignness of translated literature.

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