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 March 2014
Tuesday 11
16:30 - FREE LECTURE - School of Music Presents: Research Seminar Series - Patricia Alessi Website | More Information
Patricia Alessi

Dost thou know thy tongue’s true tune?: Discovering the early opera ‘mezzo-soprano’ voice for today’s interpreters
Friday 14
14:30 - DISTINGUISHED VISITOR - Mr Bong-hyun Kim, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea in Australia : The Ambassador will share his views on the topic of Middle Powers on the Global Stage: Collaborative Initiatives by the Republic of Korea and Australia More Information
The School of Social Sciences has the honour of hosting His Excellency Ambassador Mr Bong-hyun Kim, Ambassador of the Republic of Korea in Australia. The Ambassador will share his views on the topic of “Middle Powers on the Global Stage: Collaborative Initiatives by the Republic of Korea and (...)
Tuesday 18
16:30 - FREE LECTURE - School of Music Presents: Research Seminar Series - Jon Prince Website | More Information
Jon Prince

How melodic contour, rhythm, tonality, and metre affect musical similarity and expectancy
Wednesday 19
13:00 - FREE LECTURE - Public Lecture by Hanifa Deen: Taslima Nasreen, the Female Rushdie: Freedom of Speech and Islamophobia : CMSS presents: A Public Lecture by Hanifa Deen Website | More Information
Hanifa Deen explores the domestic and international responses to dissident Bangladeshi writer-in-exile, Taslima Nasreen. Following a newspaper interview the author gave in neighbouring India, violent demonstrations broke out in 1994 and she was accused of blasphemy. This led to an international (...)
Tuesday 25
16:30 - FREE LECTURE - School of Music Presents: Research Seminar Series - Jane Ginsborg Website | More Information
Jane Ginsborg

Practice-led research in music-making: What it can tell us about learning
Saturday 29
14:00 - TALK - Curator's talk: Ukiyo-e: Japanese Prints of the Floating World Website | More Information
Join curator John Stanton on Saturday 29 March at 2pm for a talk on the current exhibition 'Ukiyo-e: Japanese Prints of the Floating World' at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery.

This talk will explore the fascinating works on display and their significance to anthropologists Ronald and (...)

 April 2014
Thursday 03
18:00 - SCREENING - Film Screening: Utamaro and his Five Women (Japan, 1946, 106 minutes, PG) Website | More Information
Join us for a special free screening of the film Utamaro and his Five Women on Thursday 3rd April 2014 at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery in conjunction with the exhibition Ukiyo-e: Floating Prints of the Japanese World.

Inspired by the life of Kitagawa Utamaro, and considered by many (...)
Tuesday 08
11:00 - EXPO - Study Abroad & Exchange Fair : A festival of international study opportunities for UWA students More Information
There will be presentations by international visitors, games, prizes, a photo booth, treats on offer and lots and lots of information about exchange and study abroad opportunities for UWA students.
Friday 11
15:00 - EVENT - Evolution of Human Communities: A Primatologist’s Perspective : Public talk with Cyril Grueter Website | More Information
One of the universal features of human sociality is the fact that our social networks are highly integrated: human societies exhibit several nested social layers including families, bands and communities. Several factors have been identified as creating disincentives for hostile intergroup (...)
Saturday 12
12:10 - SYMPOSIUM - Creative Expressions of Muslim Identity through Contemporary Art : Presented by The Centre for Muslim States and Societies and Alif Arts Hub Website | More Information
In recent years there has been an international boom of contemporary arts by Muslims living in and outside the West. This global eruption of creative expression defies traditional boundaries by melding histories, lived experiences and artistic practices in an effort to express multiple Muslim (...)
Tuesday 22
12:00 - SYMPOSIUM - Invisible Difference: Interrogating ‘frictionless’ migration Symposium Website | More Information
Mobility brings with it the likelihood of interactions between people who are culturally and physically different. This is particularly the case as people move across national borders, often to countries geographically and culturally distant from their own. Research on the notion of ‘visible (...)
Wednesday 30
16:00 - SEMINAR - 'School of Social Sciences Event Series - Professor David Trigger : Indigeneity, identity and representation in north Australia’s Gulf Country (co authors: Richard Martin, Philip Mead) More Information
The Aboriginal author Alexis Wright’s novels Plains of Promise (1997), Carpentaria (2006) and The Swan Book (2013) have prompted scholars and critics towards enthusiastic comparisons with the ground breaking work of a range of international writers. With her novels all set partly in the remote Gulf (...)

17:00 - LECTURE - Public Lecture by Dr Khalid Zaheer: Women's Rights and Duties in Islam : This CMSS lecture explores the topic of women's rights in Islam Website | More Information
Dr Khalid Zaheer is the Scholar at Understanding Islam UK (UIUK) since May 2012. UIUK is a non-political organization established in UK as a registered charity since 2001 for spreading a non-sectarian, peace-promoting, and moderate message of Islam based on the two authentic sources of Qur'an and (...)

 May 2014
Thursday 01
17:00 - LECTURE - Public Lecture by Dr Khalid Zaheer: Interfaith Dialogue in the Contemporary World : This CMSS lecture explores the merits and promotion of interfaith dialogue today. Website | More Information
Dr Khalid Zaheer is the Scholar at Understanding Islam UK (UIUK) since May 2012. UIUK is a non-political organization established in UK as a registered charity since 2001 for spreading a non-sectarian, peace-promoting, and moderate message of Islam based on the two authentic sources of Qur'an and (...)
Friday 02
18:00 - EXHIBITION OPENING - p a n o r a m a + Transcending Borders + Worldwide Backyard Website | More Information
Winthrop Professor Ted Snell, Director of the UWA Cultural Precinct, invites you to the opening of three new exhibitions: p a n o r a m a + Transcending Borders + Worldwide Backyard at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery.

Visit the gallery website for more information on the event and (...)
Thursday 08
16:00 - SEMINAR - Desert Rock Art: A Tale of Two Continents - Winthrop Professor Jo McDonald : Archaeology Seminar Series 2014 More Information
Occupation of the Australian arid zone started soon after 50,000 years ago. Since this time, hunter-gatherers across this driest continent on earth have demonstrated all of the modern-human hallmarks: resilience and aesthetics. People’s movement into an ecologically diverse continent and the (...)
Friday 09
13:30 - SEMINAR - Typhoon: Climate, history and society in The Philippines - Professor James Warren, Murdoch University : Asian Studies Seminar Series More Information
Typhoons have been largely ignored in Philippine historiography until quite recently. Cyclonic storms have helped shape the character —physically, economically, socially and culturally— of particular areas in the Philippines, especially the northern and southern extremities of Luzon, the Visayas (...)
Friday 16
11:00 - SEMINAR - Tourism and Theatre: performing and consuming Indigeneity in an Australian Wildlife Sanctuary : Anthropology/Sociology Seminar Series More Information
The article explores the social and cultural production of Indigeneity in a wildlife sanctuary on the Australian Gold Coast. We note that the human and animal characters that form the displays of the sanctuary work toward the assemblage of a largely consistent underlying theme. The latter (...)
Saturday 17
10:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Excavating the Future: Archaeology and Technology : UWA Archaeology Department celebrates National Archaeology Week on 17 May Website | More Information
The UWA Archaeology Department invites you to join us to celebrate National Archaeology Week on Saturday, 17 May.

What do archaeologists actually do? How do archaeologists use cutting-edge technology in their research? What kind of archaeological research goes on at UWA? How can you even (...)
Tuesday 20
13:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - India-Pakistan Relations: An Overview : CMSS Presents: A Public Lecture by Dr. Sanu Kainikara Website | More Information
Ever since the birth of Pakistan and India as independent nations after the partition of the Indian sub-continent in 1947, Indo-Pak relations have been vexed to say the least. The nations have fought three accepted wars; two unacknowledged wars; and is still in the throes of insurgency and counter-i (...)


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