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 April 2018
Wednesday 04
8:30 - EVENT - UWA Staff Quiet Day : A contemplative space for teachers, researchers and general staff More Information
Quiet Day for UWA Staff – Wednesday 4th April 2018, 8.30am – 4.00pm Set on a lovely bush block in Mundaring, the Quiet Day provides some space to 'be alone' in the company of other UWA academics and professional staff with the intention of marking out some good quality thinking/reflection time.
18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Resisting the Orientalization of the Enemy: Korean Americans, Japanese American Incarceration, and Moral Imagination on the Homefront during World War II Website | More Information
A public lecture by Lili M. Kim, Associate Professor of History and Global Migrations, School of Critical Social Inquiry, Hampshire College, Amherst, Massachusetts, USA and 2017-2018 Fulbright Senior Scholar, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, South Korea.

World War II, often referred (...)
Thursday 05
18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Allegories for Meditation and Self-Reflection in the Elite Renaissance Home Website | More Information
A public lecture by Dr Elizabeth Reid, Researcher in the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions.

The paintings that decorated the Renaissance home were not solely intended for aesthetic appreciation, but for moral instruction. This talk will take a small selection of the (...)
Friday 06
16:00 - SEMINAR - Groups and Combinatorics Seminar: David Roberson, 16:00 Friday 06/04/2018 in Weatherburn LT More Information
Speaker: David Roberson (Technical University of Denmark)

Title: Vector Colorings of the Categorical Product of Graphs

Time and place: 16:00 Friday 06/04/2018 in Weatherburn LT

Abstract:In 1966 Hedetniemi conjectured the that chromatic number of the categorical (...)

19:15 - PERFORMANCE - UWA Music presents: Keyed Up! : Victor Sangiorgio Website | More Information
UWA Music and the WA Music Teachers' Association (WAMTA) are delighted to welcome London based Australian classical pianist Victor Sangiorgio back to WA.

With his London debut described by The Times as “poetic perfection”, Sangorgio is sure to enchant.

The program will (...)
Saturday 07
10:00 - EVENT - Public Speaking with Confidence and Credibility : Seminar Website | More Information
Although the benefits of being an engaging and confident speaker are endless, research indicates that public speaking is something most people fear more than death! During this highly interactive workshop led by Shona Rowan, you will learn a range of tools and techniques to maximise your personal (...)
Monday 09
8:00 - WORKSHOP - Rheology Fundamentals for Slurries and Pastes Workshop : The course will focus on identifying what information is required, how to interpret measured data and how to apply to new system design and existing operations. Website | More Information
An understanding of slurry and paste rheology or fluid flow, dewatering including thickening and filtration and surface chemistry/rheology interrelationships is fundamental to slurry system design, optimal operation and risk management. Investment into understanding slurry fundamentals is often (...)
Tuesday 10
8:00 - COURSE - Is the Future Filtered? Paste and Thickened Tailings Short Course : Drawing on experiences from a number of operational filtered tailings facilities, the short course will discuss available technologies, appropriate test programmes to determine relevant design parameters, operational challenges and cost comparisons. Website | More Information
Thickening of mine tailings is now going beyond the use of large, deep thickeners and addressing a new challenge – filtration of tailings to produce a low water content material that should pose much lower environmental and safety risks than most conventional TSFs. Tailings filtration provides many (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Love in Times of War: war wives and widows in Shakespeare Website | More Information
A public lecture by Bob White, Professor of English and Cultural Studies, UWA.

The subject of war in Elizabethan literature, and Shakespeare’s plays in particular, has attracted sustained attention from a variety of perspectives. However, it is usually treated in the light of military man (...)

19:30 - TALK - Friends of the UWA Library : Herman Goering and the Bunbury Solicitor, A Ding Dong Dogfight More Information
Adolph Hitler and Hermann Goering were one of the most evil combinations of the20th century but they very nearly didn’t make it as a pair. Goering, who created the dreaded Gestapo in Nazi Germany at the time of World War ll and was a key figure in the “final solution” of exterminating the Jewish (...)
Wednesday 11
8:00 - SEMINAR - 21st International Seminar on Paste and Thickened Tailings : This seminar represents a valuable opportunity for academics, designers, practitioners, consultants and suppliers to discuss best practice, improved methods and technology, all with an emphasis on safety, efficiency and environmental impact. Website | More Information
The Australian Centre for Geomechanics initiated the series of international seminars on Paste and Thickened Tailings (P&TT) in 1999. Since then the seminars have become an influential and respected annual event which provides an excellent forum to bring together tailings and mine waste (...)

13:00 - TALK - The Virgin, the Madame, and the Greenie Girlie-man: an art scholar’s tale. : A Talking Allowed event with Dr Ann Schilo, School of Media, Creative Arts and Social Inquiry, Curtin University. Website | More Information
Kehinde Wiley’s recent official portrait of the former US president, Barack Obama, has caused debate over dinner tables and in conference rooms. Looking unlike the conventional figure of conservative, patriarchal power, Obama is pictured seated, amidst a forest of flora. While it has been discussed (...)

18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Moment of Truth: History and Australia’s Future Website | More Information
A public lecture by Mark McKenna, Research Fellow, History, University of Sydney.

The UWA Institute of Advanced Studies, City of Perth Library and Boffins Books are pleased to present Mark McKenna, author of 'Moment of Truth: History and Australia’s Future' in 'Quarterly Essay 69'.
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Thursday 12
12:00 - SEMINAR - Emotions in a Miracle of St Rose: An Italian Eighteenth-Century Notary Source : A CHE/CMEMS/Italian Studies Seminar Website | More Information
This seminar will discuss the results of a study of an unpublished Italian notarial source, known as the ‘Miracles of Fabriano’. It contains insights into the religious sentiments and emotional responses of worshippers who were granted miracles from St Rose of Viterbo in the period between 1738 and (...)

16:00 - SEMINAR - Maths and Stats Colloquium : Have you ever wondered what is a fluid theory? More Information
Fluid models are widely employed in many fields of science, ranging from astronomy and physics to biology and chemistry. The fundamental principle, and motivation, behind fluid models is to provide an effective macroscopic representation of the collective behaviour arising from a large number of (...)
Friday 13
11:00 - SEMINAR - Asian Studies Seminar : Status and social conflict in the Philippines at the turn of the sixteenth century More Information
The social structure of the Philippines at the turn of the sixteenth century comprised three distinct groups. These were the rulers and their families who obtained their position through skill or force, and held it by dint of power and wealth; the slaves who came about their status after defaults (...)

12:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Medical Humanities Network: Networking Lunch with Dr. David Tuller : PACE trial on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome on trial! More Information
David Tuller is a Senior Fellow in Public Health and Journalism at the Center of Global Public Health, School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley, California. Previous to this he was academic coordinator of the University of California, Berkeley's joint masters program in public (...)

16:00 - SEMINAR - Groups and Combinatorics Seminar Colva Roney-Dougal, 1600 Friday 13/04/2018 in Weatherburn LT More Information
Speaker: Colva Roney-Dougal (University of St. Andrews)

Title: Random groups

Time and place: 16:00 Friday 13/04/2018 in Weatherburn LT

Abstract: What does a random group look like? To answer this question, we first need to specify which class of groups we are (...)
Sunday 15
15:00 - PERFORMANCE - UWA Music presents: Music on the Terrace : Grieg and the New World Website | More Information
The UWA Symphony Orchestra once again joins forces with maestro Mark Coughlan to present a program of exciting and popular masterworks from the romantic tradition. From the excitement of grand opera to Grieg's evergreen piano concerto and Dvorak's energetic and exciting New World Symphony, this (...)
Tuesday 17
18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Beautiful Florentines: perfumes, powders and paint in the Renaissance Website | More Information
A public lecture by Professor Evelyn Welch, Provost (Arts & Sciences), King’s College London.

The portraits of Renaissance men and women show unblemished skin, smooth, well-groomed hair and strong, handsome physiques. Women were all shown with pale white complexions while the men all (...)


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