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Displaying from Monday, October 28, 2013
 October 2013
Tuesday 29
17:00 - CANCELLED - School of Music presents International Research Seminar - Tess Tsokos: Gesture and response in the primary children's choir - CANCELLED Website | More Information
This event has been cancelled. Tess Tsokos: Gesture and response in the primary children's choir
Thursday 31
13:10 - EVENT - FREE Lunchtime Concert : UWA School of Music Prize Winner's Concert Website | More Information
Free 50min Concert every Thursday during Semester at 1:10pm

16:00 - EVENT - Archaeology Seminar Series : Steam, Trains, Soldiers and Guns More Information
Steam, Trains, Soldiers and Guns Rock art and Resistance in Northern South Africa 4-5pm Thursday, 31st October Social Sciences, Lecture Room 1 Archaeology School of Social Sciences Seminar Series 2013

19:00 - EVENT - Winthrop Singers present Handel's Messiah : UWA School of Music and Saint Mary’s Cathedral proudly present Handel’s Messiah Website | More Information
Written in 1742, Handel's Messiah was almost banned by Jonathan Swift, Dean of the Cathedral in Dublin, the city in which it received its first performance. But the piece more than survived the challenge, going on in its composer's own lifetime to be seen as his greatest work. In a year of (...)

 November 2013
Friday 01
12:00 - FREE LECTURE - 'Look East Policy' of India : A distinguished speaker from the Indian Ministry of External Affairs will talk on Indian Foreign Policy More Information
Mr Sanjay Bhattacharya who is part of a delegation visiting from the Indian Ministry of External Affairs will give a lecture 'Look East Policy' of India. Staff and students are welcome to hear this distinguished speaker in the Social Sciences Room G208 which is opposite the Oak Lawn.

13:30 - EVENT - Asian Studies Seminar Series : ‘Becoming Asian’: Processes of westernization and cosmopolitanization at an international school in Indonesia More Information
Young people at international schools (who are often referred to as Third Culture Kids) are expected to be “international” and open to difference by virtue of their education and transnational upbringing. However, the processes involved in becoming “international” are fraught with tensions because (...)
Tuesday 12
13:00 - Colloquium - Delusions, Positive Illusions and Jumps to Conclusions: Understanding Departures from Rational Belief More Information
Rational belief formation involves holding beliefs with the firmness that the evidence warrants. Unfortunately, humans are known to fall short of this ideal, being prone to various forms of “misbelief”. Such deviations from rational belief range from “healthy” (yet potentially destructive) forms (...)
Wednesday 13
17:30 - MEMORIAL LECTURE - Dr Joan Trevelyan Memorial Lecture 2013 : A public lecture presented by Professor Mohammed Ayoob. He will be speaking about conflict and terrorism in the Middle East. More Information
The Arab Spring has both changed and charged some of the region’s thorniest problems – from the rise of political Islam to Iran’s nuclear ambitions, the Israel-Palestine conflict to rivalries between key regional powers. Exploring the sources of conflict in the Middle East and their various (...)
Tuesday 19
13:00 - Colloquium - Speaker Perception : Vocal information plays a major role in person perception and social communication More Information
While humans use their voice mainly for communicating information about the world, paralinguistic cues in the voice signal convey rich dynamic information about a speaker´s arousal and emotional state, and extralinguistic cues reflect more stable speaker characteristics including identity (...)
Thursday 21
16:00 - SEMINAR - Archaeology Seminar Series : Islands beyond Wallace’s Line Understanding the first human settlement of the Philippine Archipelago More Information
This talk will discuss some results of an ongoing collaborative research project between the Archaeological Studies Program, University of the Philippines, the Australian National University and UWA on the Pleistocene-Early Holocene settlement of the Philippines. The Philippines have recently (...)
Friday 22
13:30 - SEMINAR - Asian Studies Seminar Series : From the Ambivalent Edges of “Asia”: Japan, Turkey, Australia More Information
This talk is a springboard to reflect on some of the background conceptual considerations framing a new research area I am moving into on Japan-Turkey interactions. On the surface, this may come across as an odd choice of topic, given the geographic distance between the two countries, as well as (...)
Friday 29
17:30 - LAUNCH - Westerly magazine launch : The Westerly Centre, in partnership with the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, will launch the latest issue of Westerly magazine Website | More Information
Westerly will launch issue 58:2 at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery.

The launch is being held in conjuction with the Bliss exhibition, for which the Westerly Centre was campus partner.

This special edition, On Beauty, has been guest edited by long-term former editor, Dennis (...)

 December 2013
Thursday 05
13:00 - EVENT - 'For richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health...' : Music and positive health outcomes in later life Website | More Information
Winthrop Professor Jane Davidson, Callaway and Tunley Chair of the School of Music at UWA, explores the use of music for health, and its impact on the well-being of participants coming to musical performance activities for the first time in later life.

The participants include those (...)
Sunday 15
17:30 - PERFORMANCE - School of Music presents: Master's Recital - Marco Lombardi (piano) Website | More Information
Master of Music (Research) student Marco Lombardi presents his Master's Piano recital. The program includes:

Chopin, Frederic - Preludes Op 28 Mozart, W.A. - Rondo in A minor K511 Busoni, Ferruccio - Sonatina Seconda Castiglioni, Niccolo - Sonatina

Entry is free - all welcome! (...)

 January 2014
Monday 20
18:00 - COURSE - Chinese Cultural Course : Variety of cultural courses Website | More Information
1)Chinese Martial Arts 2)Chinese Literature and Film 3)Chinese Arts and Music 4)Chinese Cuisine and Food Culture 5)Chinese Business Culture 6)Chinese Medicine and Well-being

18:30 - COURSE - Chinese Language Course : Beginners level, Intermediate level, Advanced level, etc Website | More Information
2014 Chinese Language Course 1) Day time Chinese Beginners Course(10 weeks) 2) Chinese Beginners Course (10 weeks) 3) Chinese Intermediate Course (10 weeks) 4) Advanced Chinese Course (10 weeks) 5) NEW Children's Chinese Courses (10 weeks)

Tuesday 21
13:00 - Colloquium - On feeling torn about one’s sexuality: The effects of explicit-implicit sexual orientation ambivalence. : More Information
Three correlational studies investigated implications associated with explicit-implicit sexual orientation ambivalence for information processing and psychological well-being in samples of straight and gay individuals.

Across the studies, 243 straight participants completed explicit and (...)

 February 2014
Friday 07
18:00 - EXHIBITION OPENING - Anne Ferran: Shadow Land + Ukiyo-e: Japanese Prints of the Floating World Website | More Information
Join us at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery on Friday 7 February 6pm for the opening of:

Anne Ferran: Shadow Land + The launch of the companion publication - Shadow Land + Ukiyo-e: Japanese Prints of the Floating World This event is free to attend, however please register your (...)
Saturday 08
13:30 - FREE LECTURE - 2 FREE PUBLIC LECTURES : Roman Archaeology Group presents 2 free lectures: Emperor Justinian & Petra Website | More Information
2 FREE Lectures - All are welcome! 1:30pm - "Justinian's Empire" presented by Dr Michael Champion. 2:30pm - Afternoon Tea. 3:00pm - "Western Travellers to Petra in the 19th Century" presented by W/Prof. David Kennedy.

N.B. Lectures are FREE, however there is a small (...)

14:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Artist Talk: Anne Ferran - Shadow Land Website | More Information
In conjunction with the exhibition of her work, Shadow Land, one of Australia's most acclaimed photo-media artists, Anne Ferran offers a personal look into her multi-faceted artistic practice.

The artist talk is free to attend, however, please REGISTER your attendance via https://ferranta (...)


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