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 May 2019
Saturday 04
10:00 - EVENT - Wedding Upmarket : Over 50 handpicked local designers to help you create a bespoke celebration Website | More Information
Calling all engaged couples! If you are getting married in Perth, put Wedding Upmarket in your diary now as we will be showcasing more than 50 handpicked local designers to help you create a bespoke celebration. Draw inspiration from our beautifully styled areas around UWA’s Winthrop Hall and meet (...)
Friday 10
8:40 - CONFERENCE - Conference on Radicalisation, Counter-radicalisation and De-radicalisation Website | More Information
Radicalisation, Counter-Radicalisation and De-Radicalisation



For nearly two decades since 9/11, policymakers and the academia alike have paid much attention to radicalisation and terrorism involving jihadist groups and Muslim actors. Despite costly military interventions and (...)
Thursday 16
18:00 - FREE LECTURE - Early Holocene Sea Change in Australia's north-west Website | More Information
Join us for the Anthropocene Sea Change Seminar Series talk with the UWA Oceans Institute as Jo McDonald from the UWA Centre for Rock Art Research + Management discusses recent research from Murujuga (the Dampier Archipelago).

Murujuga (the Dampier Archipelago) juts into the Indian Ocean (...)

 June 2019
Saturday 08
13:30 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Roman Archaeology Group Public Lecture : The Romans in Egypt and Roman Mummy Portraits Website | More Information
Two public lectures delivered by Egyptologist Dr Michael Birrell. The first lecture "The Romans in Egypt" will start at 1:30. The second lecture "Roman Mummy Portraits" will follow a light afternoon tea. Please RSVP to Ann Boyer (annboyer@iinet.net.au) by Tuesday, 4th June for (...)
Monday 10
9:00 - WORKSHOP - Advanced Thinking Skills - 2 Day Workshop : Hosted by The Centre for Exploration Targeting, UWA Website | More Information
The purpose of this workshop is to expose participants to a variety of practical thinking styles and tools to enhance the focus, quality and speed of their thinking. There is a need from university through to the workplace to better understand both basic and advanced thinking processes for better (...)
Tuesday 11
9:00 - COURSE - A Course in Rasch Measurement Theory : A Course in Rasch Measurement Theory in collaboration with The University of Sydney will take place 11 & 12 July 2019 and 15 - 19 July 2019. More Information
Rasch models for measurement are used in large scale national and international assessments, not only to analyse test data after collection, but to use as criteria for design of test items and their administration. The GSE Psychometric Laboratory undertakes research and development for application (...)

19:30 - EVENT - “Politics and the Novel” by Susan Midalia : Friends of the Library Talk More Information
Members: Free, Guests: $5 donation

The nineteenth-century French writer Stendhal famously observed that “politics in a literary work is like a gun shot in the middle of a concert: it’s something vulgar and coarse, which is also impossible to ignore.” Stendhal’s analogy posits the (...)
Thursday 20
18:00 - FREE LECTURE - Sea Change: Managing our coastal ecosystems under a rapid changing climate Website | More Information
Join us for this Anthropocene Sea Change Seminar Series featuring Dr Mattew Fraser from the UWA Oceans Institute and School of Biological Sciences.

Marine benthic species such as seagrass meadows, and coral and macroalgal reefs form the foundation of some of the most threatened (...)
Sunday 23
10:00 - EVENT - Perth Upmarket : Discover Perth's best design market at UWA Website | More Information
Perth Upmarket is Perth’s original and best design market, featuring more than 180 of Perth's most talented artists, designers, craftsmen and foodies all at The University of Western Australia's Winthrop Hall.

There is something for everyone, including a Junior Upmarket section in (...)
Saturday 29
19:30 - CONCERT - Perth Orchestra Project presents: BAROQUE : Izaak Wesson conducts the Perth Orchestra Project Website | More Information
Join the Perth Orchestra Project and conductor Izaak Wesson for an evening that challenges your expectations of the 'Baroque' style. We are very proud to present this programme of unorthodox, and rarely performed works in association with Artists-in-Residence Dr Cecilia Sun and Robert Gladstones (...)

 July 2019
Saturday 06
10:00 - WORKSHOP - Spanish for Beginners : If you don’t already speak Spanish, you really should consider learning! Website | More Information
Whether you want to explore new cultures without having to rely on Siri to ask for directions, improve your job prospects, or keep your mind sharp, Spanish will help you achieve all of that and more. Nearly 9 million people around the world speak Spanish as it happens to be an extremely beautiful (...)
Tuesday 09
19:30 - TALK - UWA Publishing : Friends of the Library Website | More Information
Members: Free, Guests: $5 donation

University press publishing is an unusual beast these days and very different to its twentieth century model. But universities have changed, too.

Book publishing on a broader scale is a complex business. At a time when library books, public (...)
Friday 12
8:00 - SYMPOSIUM - Pilbara Coastal and Marine Science Symposium (PCMSS) : A multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary day-long symposium on the Pilbara Coast and nearshore marine regions Website | More Information
The Pilbara Coast, between Exmouth Gulf and the DeGrey Delta, is the most arid coast in Australia, and one of only several arid coasts around the world but the most diverse arid coast globally. Bordering a mineral-rich geological province, the Pilbara Coast has non-renewable resources, and has been (...)
Tuesday 16
17:30 - EVENT - Italian Studies at UWA. 1929-2019 : Talk by Associate Professor John Kinder on how UWA became the first University in Australia to appoint a Lecturer in Italian. Website | More Information
This talk will explain how UWA became the first University in Australia to appoint a Lecturer in Italian in 1929, followed soon after by the Universities of Melbourne and Sydney, and why Francesco Vanzetti only retired, aged 85, in 1963.
Thursday 18
18:00 - FREE LECTURE - Sea Change: Global tracking of marine megafauna under anthrogenic footprint Website | More Information
Join us for this talk in the Anthropocene Sea Change Seminar Series at the UWA Oceans Institute with Ana Martins Sequeira.

Human impacts (e.g. overharvesting, by-catch mortality, pollution, acoustic and habitat degradation) have led to declines in abundance of many marine megafauna. Many (...)
Saturday 20
9:30 - WORKSHOP - Start Your Blog in a Day! : Private and Business Website | More Information
Whether you’ve read a few blogs or have never heard of one, this course will get you blogging. Find out how to write and manage a blog, what to include, who your audience is, and how you can even make money from blogging. Participants will have the opportunity to start their own blog. For beginner (...)
Wednesday 24
18:00 - FREE LECTURE - Finding Rembrandt in Love and Life : A public lecture by Professor Susan Broomhall (The University of Western Australia) Website | More Information
This lecture explores how the character of Rembrandt van Rijn is interpreted through place, gender and emotions in museums and heritage sites in the Netherlands today. It focuses on the cities of Leiden and Amsterdam, Rembrandt’s homes, and particularly, the role of women in shaping interpretations (...)

 August 2019
Thursday 08
13:00 - EVENT - Heading for Extinction (And What to Do About It) : A public presentation from Extinction Rebellion WA about the climate crisis and our response to it Website | More Information
There is no more time to delay taking urgent action on the ecological crisis which is upon us. Unless we respond now, societal collapse and mass extinction are seen as inevitable by scientists and many other experts. We can all feel it coming.

Extinction Rebellion WA is part of an (...)
Tuesday 13
7:30 - TALK - “The Atlantis of the North: unique records from ‘drowned landscapes’ off northern Australia” : Friends of the Library Talk Website | More Information
One of the defining attributes of modern humans is their ability to cross, navigate and systematically exploit maritime landscapes and resources. Some of the earliest indirect evidence for the maritime capabilities of people comes from the settling of the Wallacean Islands and Sahul (Australia, PNG (...)
Tuesday 27
14:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Free Seminar: The seas of Papua New Guinea and the Sepik River outflow : Insights from a voyage on RV Franklin Website | More Information
George Cresswell completed his undergraduate degree at UWA and PhD at the University of Alaska. He spent 1960 at Mawson station Antarctica. The majority of his career was with CSIRO in Sydney and Hobart. He studied the East Australian Current, the Leeuwin Current, and the currents of the seas of (...)


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