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Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
 October 2013
Tuesday 01
9:00 - COURSE - Surveys: Instrument Design and Testing : A Short Course Website | More Information
This course is aimed at anyone wishing to improve their survey questionnaires. This course is useful for both people new to questionnaire design and those who have experience and would like to extend their knowledge. It will be a benefit not only for people who anticipate designing a questionnaire in the future, but for those in the role of critiquing commissioned or existing research.

UWA Postgraduate Research students receive subsidised fees.
Friday 04
19:00 - CONCERT - Guitar Feast featuring Craig Odgen : In this centenary year, UWA School of Music and the Centre for the History of the Emotions proudly present one of the world’s finest classical guitarists, UWA alumnus Craig Ogden. Website | More Information
"Solo" - In this solo performance, be captivated by one of the most exciting artists of this generation. Craig Ogden presents works for guitar, including the world premiere of his own composition Diurnal commissioned by UWA in celebration of the centenary.
Tuesday 08
17:00 - SEMINAR - School of Music presents International Research Seminar - Honours presentations Website | More Information
Honours presentations: Chadwick Beins; Selena Clohessy; Kailee Marshall; Davina Chung
Wednesday 09
18:30 - EVENT - 2013 Callaway Lecture - Verdi: Expressing the essence of the human : Joseph Colaneri - Artistic Director West Australian Opera Website | More Information
The Callaway Lecture is one of the most prestigious events on the School of Music calendar. Over the last two decades, a host of distinguished speakers have taken the podium to deliver their thoughts on subjects as broad ranging as the effects of music on the mind, and the place of music in the arts.

In 2013, Artistic Director of West Australian Opera presents the Callaway Lecture based on his performer/ scholar experiences. Conductor of opera, oratorio and symphonic works, and educator, Joseph Colaneri’s achievements are outstanding in each of the areas in his multi-faceted career. After fifteen seasons as a member of the conducting roster of the Metropolitan Opera, Maestro Colaneri is Artistic Director of the West Australian Opera in Perth and concurrently serves as Artistic Director of Opera at Mannes College The New School for Music in New York.

FREE EVENT - RSVP ESSENTIAL - [email protected]
Thursday 10
13:10 - EVENT - FREE Lunchtime Concert : The Winthrop Singers Website | More Information
Free 50min Concert every Thursday during Semester at 1:10pm
Friday 11
19:00 - EVENT - Guitar Feast featuring Craig Odgen : Craig Ogden (guitar) and Paul Tanner (percussion) Website | More Information
"United" - Craig Ogden is the most sought after guitarist for chamber music in the United Kingdom. He regularly appears as soloist and chamber musician at major London venues including the Purcell Room, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Wigmore Hall and the Barbican. In this concert he joins long time collaborator Paul Tanner fresh from their performances in the UK
Tuesday 15
17:00 - SEMINAR - School of Music presents International Research Seminar - Honours presentations Website | More Information
Honours presentations: Cathering Bapty; Michelle Welschbillig; Eboney Nheu-Leong; Jessica Khoo
Thursday 17
12:00 - EVENT - Careers Information Session - What can I do with my Psychology major? Website | More Information
This session will provide information on where a Psychology major can lead you, including presentations from staff in Psychology, Education and Social Work. Formal presentations will take one hour, and there will be time set aside after presentations for specific questions. Psychology staff will also be on hand to provide specific course advice.

Students wanting to pursue a career as a psychologist should also consider attending the "Honours in Psychology 2014" information session and the "Postgraduate Studies in Psychology 2014" information session.

13:10 - EVENT - FREE Lunchtime Concert : UWA Guitar Ensemble Website | More Information
Free 50min Concert every Thursday during Semester at 1:10pm

16:00 - EVENT - Archaeology Seminar Series : Some Key Issues in South American Archaeology:Colonization, Discontinuities, and Linguistic Replacements More Information
South America was the last large continental landmass to be peopled by humans, during the Late Pleistocene, initiating an occupational history of ca. 15.000 years. This presentation outlines this history from a biogeographical and demographic perspective, by selecting a few cases extending from Colombia (10º N), in the northern end of South America, to Tierra del Fuego Island (53º S). This perspective is highly selective, seeking to illustrate some of the main issues being discussed in South American archaeology. Three processes are selected that span the human peopling. First, the early human colonization and the behavioral variability associated with this process. In this context, the Island of Tierra del Fuego allows a comparative analysis with Tasmania. Secondly, a large-scale archaeological discontinuity recorded at several regions during the Mid- Holocene, which may have had profound demographic implications. The ‘Islands in the Interior’ (sensu Veth 1993)biogeographical model is a useful frame for assessing this case. Finally, a discussion of the so-called Late Holocene Araucanización process of linguistic diffusion is used to explore the dynamics of linguistic replacements. The Australian Pama Nyungan case is an obvious target for comparison. On the basis of this presentation, some significant processes and mechanisms are identified, which are interesting points of departure for comparative endeavors.
Friday 18
11:00 - SEMINAR - Are we Postnational yet? : Seminar - Anthropology & Sociology More Information
Academic debate about the anachronism of national borders has been common for some time. The general population, however, has been less keen to embrace such ideas. This paper considers some of the academic arguments, and then offers evidence from focus groups conducted across Australia, that indicates that in some quarters thinking beyond the nation is occurring. It argues that the ideology of the nation state remains extremely strong among the general population, who use a particular rhetorical device, ‘the principle/practical’ dichotomy, to attempt to shut down conversation about the possibility of moving beyond national borders to a state of postnationalism. However, it also offers evidence that some Australians are able to think past the taken-for-granted nationalism that this viewpoint represents, if not to consider alternatives, at least to recognise the arbitrariness of current practice. The paper considers the degree to which such arguments are acts of ‘banal anti-nationalism’ or indeed, postnationalism.

19:00 - EVENT - Guitar Feast featuring Craig Odgen : Craig Ogden with UWA Guitar Ensemble Website | More Information
"Integrate" - Craig Ogden is Principal Lecturer in Guitar at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester and Visiting Lecturer at London’s Royal College of Music. In this performance, Craig works with some Western Australia’s finest emerging artists in a concert that is sure to mesmerise.
Saturday 19
19:30 - PERFORMANCE - Artistry! Culmination : Walton - Spitfire Prelude and Fugue / VOSE Concerto Movements / Beethoven Symphony No. 5,OP 67 Website | More Information
Every year, the outstanding ability and youthful passion of the emerging artists and their mentors combine to celebrate the culmination of a yearlong collaboration. Under the baton of Head of School and resident conductor, Alan Lourens, three young artists perform a movement of their chosen concerto onstage with orchestra in the finals of the prestigious VOSE competition. In the interval, vote in the People’s Choice Award for your favourite performance before immersing in the magnificence of Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony. For tickets, please visit: https://www.music.uwa.edu.au/concerts/artistry
Tuesday 22
13:00 - SEMINAR - Anthropology Seminar : Atikamekw postcolonial territoriality: A complex co--existence and entanglement between Indigenous and non-Indigenous regimes of values More Information
The Atikamekw are an Algonquian group, now living in three communities in the Upper St- Maurice region (Québec, Canada) and number around 6,000 people. While they have been “invited”, all through the colonial period, to gradually exclude themselves from Nitaskinan, their ancestral lands, they maintain to this day intimate relationships with their territory. In order to regain and affirm their autonomy, the Atikamekw are engaged at three interrelated levels: at the national political level, in arduous land claims negotiations with the federal and provincial governments; at the regional technical level, in their attempts to conclude co-management agreements with non-Indigenous groups of interests, like the forestry industry; and at the level of the communities/settlements, on a more social and cultural basis. The Atikamekw are concerned with the maintenance and the reproduction of their customary land tenure system, based on family territories, while constantly adapting it to new constraints, namely Quebec’s administrative delimitations and non-Indigenous activities on Nitaskinan. The Atikamekw family territories, as postcolonial spaces, have thus become the grounds of complex co-existence and entanglement between Indigenous and non-Indigenous regimes of values, land tenure systems, forms of governance, and conceptions of the forestland and its non-human inhabitants. The Atikamekw are also concerned about the transmission of knowledge, values and ethos pertaining to hunting and gathering to the younger generations and explore novel avenues to meet that objective. These different forms and levels of engagement will be discussed in my paper. Sylvie Poirier is Professor in the Department of Anthropology, Université Laval (Quebec, Canada). She has done research among Aboriginal people in the Australian Western Desert since 1980 and among the Atikamekw, a First Nation in north-central Quebec, since 1990. She is the author of A World of Relationships: Itineraries, Dreams, and Events in the Australian Western Desert (2005) and coeditor (with John Clammer and Eric Schwimmer) of Figured Worlds: Ontological Obstacles in Intercultural Relations (2004). Since 2006, she is working, closely with the Council of the Atikamekw Nation, on the documentation and valorization of their traditional knowledge, and exploring avenues to make it more available to the younger generations.
Thursday 24
11:00 - EVENT - Master Class: Steven Isserlis : Internationally renowned cello soloist Website | More Information
Acclaimed worldwide for his technique and musicianship, British cellist Steven Isserlis enjoys a distinguished career as a soloist, chamber musician, educator and author. As a concerto soloist he appears regularly with the world’s leading orchestras and conductors, including in recent seasons with the Berlin Philharmonic, the Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestre de Paris, Budapest Festival Orchestra, Zurich Tonhalle Orchestra, Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, Vienna Symphony, NHK Symphony, Washington National Symphony, and Cleveland Orchestra. Steven Isserlis gives frequent masterclasses around the world, and for the past fifteen years he has been Artistic Director of the International Musicians’ Seminar at Prussia Cove in Cornwall.

Steven Isserlis appears courtesy of the Australian Chamber Orchestra.

RSVP [email protected] **please note seating for this event is strictly limited.

16:00 - SEMINAR - Archaeology Seminar Series : Summary of Results of the 2013 Field School at Fremantle Prison More Information
This year’s archaeological field school (ARCY3002) took place at the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Fremantle Prison. Field work began on September 23rd and continued until Oct 4th. In this presentation we will discuss the background history of the site, the areas chosen for investigation, an overview of our programmatic agreement with the facility, and UWA’s five year on-going plan for excavation. Three of the Masters of Professional Archaeology students functioned as trench supervisors and will present a summary of their individual findings and experiences. This year’s investigations revealed insight into the history of the original bath-house, its refurbishment, the complex drainage system and its problematic nature. It also helped us understand some of the refuse disposal practices related to the upper yard, particularly the infirmary during the early twentieth century. These are but small windows into the archaeology of a very complex heritage resource, and it was a great experience for everyone involved.
Friday 25
13:30 - SEMINAR - Asian Studies Seminar Series : Moving out of the Kitchen” More Information
In this seminar, I will give an overview of the background of the project, and introduce some of the aims of my research. What I am going to present is a study of migration as practiced by an Indonesian ethnic group, the Bugis. The Bugis homeland is the low-land central-western part of Sulawesi Island, Indonesia. As most scholars emphasise the same key word, i.e. ‘sompe’ or ‘passompe’ to describe the Bugis migrants and deny the spirit of ‘mallekke dapureng’ in analysing the Bugis migration. Mallekke dapureng literally means ‘moving out the kitchen’; interpreted as moving the whole family out to another place and not intending to return to the initial home. Although both sompe and mallekke dapureng have similar meaning, they indeed refer to different motives. The typical difference is that mallekke dapureng is permanent; while sompe refers to mobile settlers or migrants. We can distinguish the terms from the destination of Bugis settlers. Thus, my argument is focused on the permanent migration. In this case, I will focus on Bugis migrants in a transmigration area. My aim is to explore the changing meaning of migration in Bugis settlement as mobile migrants become permanent migrants. The motives of these migrants, how they create a new frontier world, and how they penetrate the indigenous community; are among the questions I aiming to answer. Furthermore, I intend to reconstruct the Bugis notion of merantau (lit. to wander) with a new interpretation. By this, the original contribution will be to bring new evidence of the Bugis process of settlement Indonesia.

19:00 - PERFORMANCE - Callaway Series : UWA Voice More Information
Callaway Series is unreserved and ticketed at the door. All tickets are $10.00. Doors open 15 minutes prior to the event.
Sunday 27
0:00 - PERFORMANCE - Keyed Up! Bernadette Harvey - CANCELLED : Continuing in the Keyed Up! tradition, the School of Music is proud to host internationally distinguished artists in 2013. Indulge your senses in the renowned acoustic of the Callaway Music Auditorium and give your Sunday afternoons a new dimension! Website | More Information
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Keyed Up! performance by Bernadette Harvey has had to be cancelled.

Please contact music.uwa.edu.au for further information.

15:00 - CONCERT - Keyed Up! Alex Raineri : Continuing in the Keyed Up! tradition, the School of Music is proud to host internationally distinguished artists in 2013. Indulge your senses in the renowned acoustic of the Callaway Music Auditorium and give your Sunday afternoons a new dimension! Website | More Information
With a passionate interest in both solo keyboard music and chamber works, Alex’s performance experience includes tours of California, Taiwan, Germany and a vast amount of concerto, solo, and chamber music engagements in Australia including several broadcasts on ABC Classic FM, 2MBS Fine Music FM, 3MBS FM and 4MBS Classic FM.

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