Events April 2018

14
Feb
2018

Upcoming CartoGIS Events

CartoGIS Services is hosting a number of events and drop-in sessions for academic staff and HDR students this semester.
26
Mar
2018

Asian Language Taster Classes

CAP language academics

Are you interested in learning another language? Seeking an edge in the “Asian Century”?

19
Apr
2018

GIS Basics for Research (GIS100)

Learn how to use Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to support your research! In this course you’ll be shown how to navigate ArcGIS software.

19
Apr
2018

China: Powerhouse and Resistor of Restorative Justice Reform

Yan Zhang (Ian)
In this research, I am looking into a series of restorative justice (RJ) reforms promoted by Chinese government within the last decade. Specifically, as it investigates both the restorative programs that are universally implemented in Chinese criminal justice system (i.e. people’s mediation, public order mediation and criminal reconciliation), and an indigenous mediation (De Gu mediation) particularly practiced by the Yi People in an ethnic region of southwest China.
19
Apr
2018

The Making of a Divine Domesticity: Nü duo, Christian women, and Republican China

Zhou Yun
This paper presents two understandings of how Christian women were involved in nation-building through the creation of a religious domesticity. First, it shows that Christian women were confined by Victorian notions of womanhood on the one hand and traditional patriarchal gender ethics on the other hand. Second, it argues that in the wake of Chinese nationalism there was a shift among local female converts from Western notions of Christian womanhood to the discovery of a specifically Chinese mode of Christian womanhood.
19
Apr
2018

Australia's policy towards Britain's end of empire in Malaysia and Singapore

Dr Andrea Benvenuti, F.R. Hist. S. (UK), Senior Lecturer in International Relations and European Studies, University of New South Wales
19
Apr
2018

2018 K R Narayanan Oration - Dismantling inequality through ASSURED innovation

R A Mashelkar, FRS, Chairman, National Innovation Foundation, India.

Rising inequality is a matter of global concern, with increasing social disharmony being its visibly disturbing consequence. Dismantling income inequality will take decades.

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