Events May 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.

10
May
2018

Activating systems change - methodological foundations and opportunities

Professor Claudia Pahl-Wostl, Director of the Institute for Environmental Systems Research; and Assistant Professor Datu Buyung Agusdinata, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability.

PLEASE NOTE: THIS EVENT HAS NOW BEEN CANCELLED.

This breakfast event is presented by ANU Crawford School of Public Policy and UNSW Canberra Public Service Research Group.

10
May
2018

Navigating the emerging world order - Sydney

Associate Professor Michael Clarke and Dr Michael Cohen

The security landscape is changing rapidly. Challenges to the US-led security order are advancing faster than anticipated.

10
May
2018

Universal Values and Chinese Characteristics: A Perspective through the Revival of Confucianism in China Today

Hoyt Tillman
The interactions and tensions between Western and Chinese ideas and values have a long and complex history. In recent years, however, hostility in China to Western claims about “universal values” has become so intense that they now lead the list of topics that should not be discussed in China. This paper will explore the issue through the lens of the contemporary revival of Confucianism. It will focus on the recent promotion of the universal significance of Zhu Xi’s Family Instructions. What might we learn about the struggle over universal values by surveying the claims of Contemporary Confucians in China?
10
May
2018

Transforming Australia into an outward looking economy: why the 1940s matters

David Vines, University of Oxford.

In this talk Professor Vines will describe the radical shift in thinking by the generation of economists who worked in Canberra during and immediately after World War II, including Nugget Coombs, John Crawford, Lyndhurst Giblin, Leslie Melville, and, e

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