Events November 2018

08
Oct
2018

Talk to us about study in 2019

Cecily Stewart, National Recruitment and Development

Are you considering your options for graduate study in 2019 to enhance your career working in and with government?

30
Oct
2018

Disruptions

Various
This decade has been described as an ‘Era of Disruption.’ The world has witnessed large scale disruptions across many areas, including in global politics, economic theories and environmental conditions. How can regulation and global governance respond effectively to these disruptions? And how can regulators and other actors work to disrupt problematic governance regimes or use disruptions to achieve helpful reforms?
01
Nov
2018

Myanmar Transformed? Probing Change and Continuity in Post-2011 Myanmar

ISEAS Yusof Ishak Institute Myanmar Studies Programme Seminar

 
Location
ISEAS Seminar Room 2
ISEAS Yusof Ishak Institute
01
Nov
2018

Spirit possession in modern China: demons, missionaries, and anthropologists

Benjamin Penny
The Reverend John Livingstone Nevius (1829-1893), a American Presbyterian missionary in China from 1854, had all but completed his book Demon Possession and Allied Themes, being an inductive study of phenomena of our own times when he died in 1893. This paper examines Nevius’s researches, and uses his example to look again at the assumptions and presuppositions western scholars have made when studying spirit possessions.
01
Nov
2018

Launch of 'Does ASEAN Matter? A View From Within'

Dr Marty Natalegawa, former Foreign Minister of the Republic of Indonesia, and distinguished ANU alumnus; and ANU Chancellor Professor Gareth Evans.
Join us for the Australian launch of Does ASEAN Matter? A View From Within by the highly-regarded diplomat Marty Natalegawa, former Ambassador and Foreign Minister of Indonesia.
 
01
Nov
2018

Opening night 'Living Water: Journeying in inks'

Water is the life blood of civilisations and an important element in many spiritual traditions all over the world. This exhibition draws on the ancient traditions of Chinese brush work, interpreted through the lens of European abstraction. The works embody Ella Whateley’s travel and learnings around the island of Taiwan.
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