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 October 2018
Monday 01
1:00 - SYMPOSIUM - Environmental Humanities Symposium Website | More Information
This symposium will highlight the potential of the environmental humanities in Western Australia today by bringing together a diverse group of scholars to exchange ideas about interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary ecological research in the Southwest region, the State and internationally.
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Tuesday 02
13:00 - WORKSHOP - SPRINGarts: Magical Unicorns : Art making workshops for Children Website | More Information
Join artist Elizabeth Marruffo to craft your very own unicorn sculpture with wool, silk and polymer clay. All materials provided. Tickets $30. Suitable for ages 7-12.

UWA SPRINGarts 2018 runs 2 - 6 October. Join us at LWAG for a fun-filled week of children’s art activities in the school (...)

14:00 - WORKSHOP - Where to publish (STEM emphasis) Website | More Information
Deciding where to publish is an important step in the research process. Ensure that your research reaches the appropriate audience and maximise its discoverability and potential impact. Aim for top journals in your field and have confidence that your research outputs will count in UWA's internal (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Where did language come from? Website | More Information
A public lecture by Michael Corballis, Emeritus Professor of Psychology, University of Auckland.

From the Bible to Chomsky, language is a miracle, unique to humans, and emerging as a single event, initially in a single individual, within the past 100,000 years.

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18:30 - FREE LECTURE - UWA Music presents: The 2018 Callaway Lecture with David Elliott : What is music, and what is education? More Information
The Callaway Lecture is one of the most prestigious events in the calendar of the Conservatorium of Music. In collaboration with the Kodály National Conference, we are delighted to welcome Professor David Elliott, author of ‘Music Matters: A Philosophy of Music Education’ and Professor of Music and (...)
Wednesday 03
10:00 - SEMINAR - Copyright and your thesis - UWA Library workshop for HDR students Website | More Information
This session will provide an overview of the lifecycle of copyright in a thesis to ensure you understand your copyright obligations and can confidently use copyright material in your thesis.

13:00 - WORKSHOP - SPRINGarts: Monster Madness : Art making workshops for Children Website | More Information
Come along and make your own three-dimensional felted monster with textile artist Pauline Franklyn. Learn to felt using wool tops and a resist. Use your imagination to customise your character. All materials provided. Tickets $50. Suitable for ages 9-15.

UWA SPRINGarts 2018 runs 2 - 6 (...)
Thursday 04
13:00 - WORKSHOP - SPRINGarts: Hanging Mobile : Art making workshops for Children Website | More Information
Make your own colourful mobile with artist Pauline Franklyn. Learn the traditional craft of felting and turn your piece of felt into a colourful mobile, adding pom poms, bells and tassels. All materials provided. Please bring along a tea towel. Tickets $50. Suitable for ages 9-15.

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16:00 - SEMINAR - Archaeology Seminar : DNA of the invisible: A genetic approach to study past interactions of people and fauna More Information
When our ancestors migrated out of Africa 100,000 years ago, a highly perfected killing machine was unleashed on the rest of the world, catching the local fauna off-guard. Wherever we travelled since then, we left a trail of destruction behind us: species have gone extinct on every continent that (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - A Scandalous Empire : The 2018 Fred Alexander Lecture by Professor Kirsten McKenzie Website | More Information
The 2018 Fred Alexander Lecture by Kirsten McKenzie, Professor of History, University of Sydney.

A serial imposter swindles his way through the colony of New South Wales claiming to be a British lord. An activist lawyer is lauded for exposing illegal slave dealing – until he is revealed (...)
Friday 05
11:00 - SEMINAR - Linguistics Seminar Series : Reference and the dynamics of discourse: The expanding function of null subjects in Kriol More Information
Kriol is an English-lexified creole spoken throughout the northern regions of Australia. Relatively little is known about the structural features of the language, and a comprehensive description of the language is yet to be produced. In this talk I will present the research I have undertaken as (...)

11:00 - SEMINAR - Asian Studies Seminar : “How do you think learning Korean will shape your future?" A Q methodology study into university student’s future language selves. More Information
Being able to speak a foreign language is often considered a valuable skill for university students, and to make foreign language learning at the university level more relevant to student’s future careers it is important to understand what learners want to do with the language and how they see (...)

12:00 - EVENT - Bayliss Seminar : Identification of a novel family of Apicomplexan organellar More Information

12:00 - EVENT - Seminar Series : Thermodynamic modeling of ion transport More Information

13:00 - WORKSHOP - SPRINGarts: Comic Making Masterclass : Art making workshops for Children Website | More Information
Join local comics artist Campbell Whyte, author of the award-winning graphic novel Home Time, as he guides aspiring comic book authors through the art of comic storytelling. Tickets $40. Suitable for ages 7-12.

UWA SPRINGarts 2018 runs 2 - 6 October. Join us at LWAG for a fun-filled (...)

14:30 - SEMINAR - ANTHROPOLOGY / SOCIOLOGY SEMINAR : Desiring the Modern Boy: Beauty, Modernity and Masculinity in Interwar Japan More Information
This paper problematises the visual representation of the Modern Boy (mobo) in 1920s Japanese popular media as a site of contestation over what constituted desirable masculinity in early twentieth-century Japanese society. On the one hand, the mobo’s image as a beautiful commodified male points to (...)

16:00 - SEMINAR - Groups and Combinatorics Seminar: Carlisle King, 4pm Oct 5 in Weatherburn LT More Information
Speaker: Carlisle King (University of Western Australia)

Title: Generation of finite simple groups

Time and place: 4pm Friday 5 Oct 2018, Weatherburn LT

Abstract: Let G be a finite simple group. It is well-known that G is generated by a pair of elements – we say G (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Happily Single? It May Depend on Where You Live: how families shape single women’s well-being in three East Asian cities Website | More Information
A public lecture by Lynne Nakano, Professor, Japanese Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong and 2018 UWA Institute of Advanced Studies Visiting Fellow.

The age of first marriage has been rising around the world but nowhere more rapidly than in East Asia. In contrast to patterns of (...)
Saturday 06
11:30 - SYMPOSIUM - Symposium: So Duchamp Website | More Information
A free public symposium presented in conjunction with the exhibition HERE&NOW18: Besides, it is always the others who die on show at LWAG from 1 September until 8 December 2018. Join artists, academics and curators in examining the omnipresent legacy of Marcel Duchamp within contemporary art.

14:00 - WORKSHOP - SPRINGarts: Origami for Tiny Hands : Art making workshops for Children Website | More Information
Join the UWA Origami Club for a fun, introductory origami workshop for children. Never tried origami before? No problem, just come along and give it a go. We will learn classics such as penguins, cranes, and more. All materials provided. Free event. Suitable for ages 7-12.

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