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 May 2012
Tuesday 29
16:00 - EVENT - Same-Sex Relations: A First Century CE Perspective : Three Universities Lecture Series Website | More Information
The next lecture in the ‘Three Universities Lecture Series’ is……

Same-Sex Relations: A First Century CE Perspective, Emeritus Professor Bill Loader

Tuesday 29th May, 4–6pm at Murdoch University, Education and Humanities Building, Room EH1.001. Use Car Park 4 or 5, off South St (...)

 June 2012
Friday 01
19:30 - PERFORMANCE - Artistry! Two: Collaboration Website | More Information
In a synergy of sound, the UWA Symphonic Chorus and Symphony Orchestra blend strengths in the renowned acoustic of Winthrop Hall. Under the direction of resident conductor Alan Lourens, experience the depths of emotion of these remarkable works. Wagner Meistersinger Overture/Hindemith Mathis der (...)
Sunday 03
14:00 - EVENT - Bruce Bennett: A Celebration of His Life and Work : Family, friends and colleagues will gather to celebrate the life and work of Bruce Bennett. Website | More Information
The Westerly Centre, Philip Mead (Chair of Australian Literature), and the Association for the Study of Australian Literature will hold an event to celebrate the life and work of one of the most respected and admired scholars and teachers in Australian literary studies, Bruce Bennett, who sadly (...)
Monday 04
17:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Revolution and Counter-Revolution in Syria : Dr Jonathan Spyer will look into the origins and progress of the uprising against the rule of Bashar Assad in Syria. More Information
The lecture will focus on the as yet unsuccessful attempts of the opposition to unite, and the determined campaign of the regime to crush the revolt by force. Dr Spyer will give background details and an assessment of both the regime and the insurgency, and will ask why it has been that unlike in (...)
Wednesday 06
19:30 - PERFORMANCE - Chamber! two: Quartet for the End of Time Website | More Information
Oliver Messiaen's ethereally stunning twentieth century masterpiece first premiered in 1941 to an audience of Messiaen's fellow prisoners of war at the Stalag VIIIA prisoner-of-war camp, in Gorlitz, Germany. On this viciously cold night hundreds were offered hope, Graeme Gilling (piano), Ashley (...)
Thursday 07
10:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - The "all you can eat" guide to the Three Minute Thesis : Three Minute Thesis: A comprehensive guide to preparing and presenting a compelling 3MT talk Website | More Information
The Three MInute Thesis (3MT) is a fun and challenging event that encourages the communication of research to a wide audience. The UWA 3MT competition finals will be held on 25th July and this presentation is a comprehensive guide to the preparation and presentation of a compelling 3MT talk. The (...)
Thursday 14
17:00 - PERFORMANCE - School of Music: DMA lecture-recital More Information
DMA candidate Clare Tunney will be giving her final lecture-recital on the Bel Canto Cello next Thursday 14 June (5pm) in the Eileen Joyce Studio.

Entry is free, all welcome!

18:00 - PRESENTATION - Centenary Trust for Women Presents: The Making of Red Dog : A special presentation by Red Dog Producer, Nelson Woss. More Information
Join us for an exclusive evening with Western Australia's award winning film Producer Nelson Woss as he shares his in-depth journey on the 'The making of Red Dog'.

Nelson will share the trials and triumphs of filming with Koko, cast and crew in WA’s wild outback before joining Dr Erica (...)
Friday 22
10:00 - EVENT - UWA Careers Centre - Wageline Interviews : Department of Commerce, Labour Relations is conducting interviews on campus. Website | More Information
Labour Relations Officer role:

Provides information to private sector clients on State awards, agreements and industrial legislation through the Wageline call centre.

Contributes to the services provided by Wageline to promote compliance with State employment laws.

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Tuesday 26
9:00 - COURSE - Introductory Statistics : A Short Course using SPSS Website | More Information
The course is designed for people with little or no knowledge of statistics. It will be spread over three days covering material ranging from means and standard deviations to simple linear regression, and basic ANOVA. Some basic categorical data analysis will be included with the emphasis (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Resurrecting the Passions: Lessons from the History of Passion and Emotion Website | More Information
In this lecture bioethicist Professor Louis Charland will examine medical highlights of the history of passion and emotion and then consider several arguments why the passions must be reinstated in Western psychiatry. The passions, it turns out, are not only central constituents of any adequate (...)
Friday 29
15:00 - PUBLIC TALK - The Opposition to Portraiture in Islamic Art : Public talk with Art Gallery WA Director Dr Stefano Carboni Website | More Information
It is commonplace to purport that Islamic art is non-representational because of a religious ban on figurative expressions. Although this statement is far from being comprehensive or entirely true, the opposition to the figurative arts is a constant feature in the landscape of Islamic art (...)

 July 2012
Monday 09
16:00 - VISITING SPEAKER - "India’s Enigmatic Policy towards Iran" by Professor P.R. Kumaraswamy : For close to a decade Iran has emerged as the most controversial and contested dimension of India’s foreign policy. The bonhomie that was visible following the end of the Cold War gave way to disputes, tensions and above all excessive US intervention. More Information
Synopsis: While some of the problems were external and hence beyond the control of both these countries, Iran has not been an easy customer and India’s ability to pursue energy security relations with Tehran has been compounded by a host of bilateral disputes and tension. Until Iran resolves its (...)
Tuesday 10
17:30 - PUBLIC TALK - Faces of Family: A Conversation with Julie Dowling Website | More Information
Join renowned Western Australian artist Julie Dowling and Lee Kinsella, curator of Julie Dowling: Family and Friends, as they talk about Julie's auto-ethnographic approach to portraiture and the stories that resonate behind the works in the exhibition. Free event.
Friday 13
19:30 - PERFORMANCE - School of Music Presents: Brass Feast More Information
In collaboration with The University Club of Western Australia, The School of Music proudly presents Brass Royalty and World Artists Robert and David Childs. Joined on stage by Perth’s own Royal Agricultural Society Brass Band of WA, these world-renowned Euphonium players are both in high demand (...)
Wednesday 18
12:30 - VISITING SPEAKER - UWA Extension - Lunch with Richard Ford : Sponsored by the the Faculty of Arts and the Chair of Australian Literature, UWA Website | More Information
Join Pulitzer Prize-winning writer and author of the Sportswriter trilogy, Richard Ford over lunch as he discusses his latest work, Canada. In Canada, Ford has created a masterpiece. A visionary novel of vast landscapes, complex identities and fragile humanity. It questions the fine line between (...)
Saturday 21
13:30 - FREE LECTURE - Roman Archaeology Group Free Lecture : Two illustrated lectures on Roman Archaeology: Palmyra, and the Roman Peloponnese Website | More Information
The Roman Archaeology Group of Perth presents two fully illustrated lectures on Roman Archaeology: Palmyra: an ancient oasis between East and West presented by Rebecca Banks; and The Roman Peloponnese presented by Kevin O'Toole. Saturday 21 July, 1:30pm at Social Sciences Lecture Theatre, UWA. Afte (...)
Wednesday 25
12:00 - Competition - Three Minute Thesis Final : 10 PhD students will explain their research and its significance in just 3 minutes each. Website | More Information
The 3MT competition challenges research students to give a dynamic and engaging presentation about their research and its significance in a way that can be understood by everybody. The audience will select the "People's Choice" winner.

18:15 - EVENT - UWA Historical Society Annual Lecture 2012 : Mathematics and Women - 36 years at The University of Western Australia Website | More Information
The Annual Lecture is the highlight of the year for the UWA Historical Society and Convocation and we are delighted to welcome Winthrop Professor Cheryl Praeger to the podium to reflect upon her years on Campus and subsequent experiences and achievements.

Mathematician Cheryl Praeger (...)

19:30 - CONCERT - Festival Baroque Australia Presents: Nine German Arias Website | More Information
Nine German Arias - Hymns to Nature by George Frideric Handel

Sung by Sara Macliver, Soprano

Accompanied by Paul Wright, violin; Noeleen Wright, cello; Andrew Tait, violone; Stewart Smith, harpsichord and chamber organ. Wednesday 25 July 7.30pm Government House Ballroom Tic (...)


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