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Displaying from Tuesday, September 11, 2018
 September 2018
Tuesday 11
13:00 - SEMINAR - Political Science and International Relations Seminar : Governing Asian International studentsí Mobility in Australia More Information
Over the past two decades, Asian international mobility has literally changed the face of Australian campus, altered the socio-political dynamics of higher education, and posed many challenges for policy makers, managements, academics and students caught up in the torrents of globalization. This (...)

18:00 - EVENT - The UWA School of Social Sciences Annual Social Sciences Week Public Lecture : Is Democracy Dying? Thoughts on the Present Crisis of Representative Democracy and the Importance of Hope in Dark Times Website | More Information
Democracy urgently needs reimagining if it is to address the dangers and opportunities posed by current global realities, argues leading political thinker John Keane. He offers an imaginative, radically new interpretation of the twenty-first century fate of democracy. In this talk Professor Keane (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Is Democracy Dying? Thoughts on the Present Crisis of Representative Democracy and the Importance of Hope in Dark Times Website | More Information
The UWA School of Social Sciences Annual Social Sciences Week Public Lecture by John Keane, Professor of Politics, University of Sydney.

Democracy urgently needs reimagining if it is to address the dangers and opportunities posed by current global realities, argues leading political (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Raising the Bar Perth : 10 talks, 10 bars, 1 night only Website | More Information
For the first time in Perth, join ten world-leading UWA researchers as they escape their labs and lecture theatres to bring impactful talks into ten Perth City bars. Raising the Bar Perth is for one night only, so bookings are essential.

19:30 - EVENT - Friends of the Library : Lead Kindly Light - Harold Rowellís Emergency Landing at Fitzroy Crossing, 31 July 1971 Website | More Information
Harold Rowell was an experienced pilot with MacRobertson Miller Airlines (MMA). He had served as a pilot in the Second World War and joined MMA as a commercial pilot in 1948. The introduction of jet aircraft to service the Pilbara and the North West in the 1970s meant that many of the gravel (...)
Wednesday 12
13:00 - PRESENTATION - Ventana Discovery Ultra - Fully automated research : Presentation by Roche Diagnostics More Information
Roche Diagnostics invites you to join us for a presentation of the:

VENTANA DISCOVERY ULTRA For fully automated research IHC/ISH

Refreshments provided

16:00 - EVENT - Combating Populism? : A Social Sciences Research, Community and Engagement Discussion Website | More Information
In an era marked by Brexit, Pauline Hanson One Nation, the election of US President Donald Trump, and many years of problematic governance in parts South East Asia and South America, we are beginning to learn what right-wing populism is, how it comes about, and puts at risk some of the core (...)

17:30 - FESTIVAL - UWA Music presents: Perth International Classical Guitar Festival Website | More Information
The Conservatorium of Music invites you to join us for the first Perth International Classical Guitar Festival.

Over five days, enjoy a jam-packed program featuring local, national and international artists including Craig Ogden, Jonathan Fitzgerald, Josinaldo Costa and the Perth Guitar (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - The Novel and History in Australia: An uneasy friendship? Website | More Information
A public lecture by Dr Jo Jones, Lecturer in Literary and Cultural Studies, Curtin University.

Questions of narrative and linguistic form have preoccupied novelists, historians and theorists for at least a century and, most particularly, since the 'Crisis of the Representation' in the (...)
Thursday 13
16:00 - SEMINAR - Archaeology Seminar : Pleistocene Archaeology and Rock Art of Central India (Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra). Some results from the ROCEEH exploration visits in 2016 and 2017 More Information
In this seminar, I will report on two visits to Central India that I conducted as part of an exploratory team from TŁbingen University (Germany) and the ROCEEH Project (Heidelberg, Germany). India has one of the richest and complex archaeological records in the world. The Indian Subcontinent has a (...)
Friday 14
11:00 - SEMINAR - Asian Studies Seminar : Young and Unfit: Indonesian University More Information
The perceptions and behaviours which form Indonesian university studentsí diet and exercise cultures are simultaneously an individual experience, a collective mode of identification and reflect diet and exercise trends across the economically developing world. As this generation of Indonesian young (...)

11:00 - SEMINAR - Linguistics Seminar : Psycholinguistic gender differences in literary fiction More Information
Although psychological gender differences have been reported in a variety of domains, sometimes amounting to psychologists comparing them with the distance between Mars and Venus (Del Giudice et al., 2012, PloS One), linguists still debate about the magnitude of such differences in language use. I (...)

13:00 - WORKSHOP - Google Scholar for researchers Website | More Information
Everyone Googles ... but do you really know how to get the best out of Google Scholar for your research?

14:30 - SEMINAR - SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES: ANTHROPOLOGY / SOCIOLOGY : Ageing and quality of life in dissimilar housing arrangements & OWNING AUSTRALIA? More Information
Cheng Yen Loo

Ageing and quality of life in dissimilar housing arrangements: Comparisons between the lived experiences of older Chinese migrants from Malaysia and Singapore ageing in Australian home environments. This presentation outlines a Phd research project that will compare the (...)
Saturday 15
14:30 - EVENT - Tribute to Kofi Annan 1938-2018 Website | More Information
Please join us to celebrate the life of Kofi Atta Annan, UN Secretary-General 1997-2006, and the legacy of his tireless work for Ghana, Africa and global affairs. The tribute will feature Ghanaian cultural traditions, video footage and remarks by speakers from the UN, government, communities and (...)
Monday 17
11:00 - EVENT - Advanced Searching: Medline and Embase Website | More Information
Researchers conducting systematic reviews in the health and medical sciences require an in-depth understanding of the Medline and Embase databases. This hands-on workshop will ensure you have a strong grasp on the functionality of these databases and how to use them to structure an accurate (...)
Tuesday 18
13:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Talking Allowed - The Art of Surveillance Website | More Information
A 'Talking Allowed' event with Dr David Glance, Director of the UWA Centre for Software Practice.

The way in which artists have represented the nature of surveillance illustrates Artís unique and powerful ability to explore, explain, and critique surveillance's role in society. This (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Young peopleís mental health - the what, why and how of supporting young people with mental health problems : The 2018 Robin Winkler Memorial Lecture by Professor Debra Rickwood Website | More Information
The 2018 Robin Winkler Lecture by Debra Rickwood, Professor of Psychology at the University of Canberra.

Youth mental health is of growing concern in Australia and internationally. It is now well-recognised that most mental health problems first emerge before the age of 25, and often (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Can Bede Explain the Great Sutton Hoo Ship-Burial? Georgina Pitt / PMRG : More Information
The sumptuous ship-burial at Sutton Hoo has long been associated with pagan cosmology and the heroic Anglo-Saxon poem, Beowulf. Press coverage of the 1939 Sutton Hoo treasure trove inquest cited the burials described in Beowulf; scholarly works on Sutton Hoo continue to invoke Beowulf as an analogy (...)
Wednesday 19
11:00 - SEMINAR - Bayliss Seminar : Moana Simpson More Information


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