Scene from McFarland, USA (dir. Niki Caro, Disney, 2015)
Small Towns, Big Dreams: America through High School Sports Films

Small Towns, Big Dreams: America through High School Sports Films

Presented by Katharina Bonzel as part of the Literary Studies Seminar Series From the national pastime of baseball to the gridiron field of football and the barn door hoops of...

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Position Doubtful – a work in progress

Position Doubtful – a work in progress

A public lecture presented by Kim Mahood and chaired by Professor Helen Ennis, Director, SOA Centre for Art History and Art Theory as part of the SLLL Reading Across Borders...

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Image: Indig rock art - Graeme Churchard, Flickr
ANU working to document Indigenous languages

ANU working to document Indigenous languages

Researchers at The Australian National University (ANU) are working to document some of Australia's oldest Indigenous languages which are at risk of being lost forever....

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New research on bilingualism puts received wisdom on grammatical change to the test

New research on bilingualism puts received wisdom on grammatical change to the test

A special issue of the International Journal of Bilingualism, edited by Catherine Travis and Rena Torres Cacoullos, investigates the question of whether bilinguals'...

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SLLL 2015 Open Day Events

SLLL 2015 Open Day Events

In the School of Literature, Languages and Linguistics (SLLL) our students and staff study language, literature, culture and linguistics in English, in classical and modern...

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Prof Jane Simpson in The Australian: "Patji-Dawes Prize to boost foreign language studies"

Prof Jane Simpson in The Australian: "Patji-Dawes Prize to boost foreign language studies"

Date: 12 August 2015 By Andrew Trounson When linguist professor Jane Simpson first went to university in the 1970s, science students were encouraged to learn German as the...

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Bachelor of Languages at ANU

Bachelor of Languages at ANU

Prepare yourself for the increasingly multilingual and global life of the 21st century. The study of languages and cultures at ANU provides you with insights into other...

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Repetition in Homeric epic--cognitive and linguistic perspectives’

Repetition in Homeric epic--cognitive and linguistic perspectives’

Presented as part of the Centre for Classical Studies Seminar Series The Centre for Classical Studies warmly invites you to attend the next talk in our Seminar Series for...

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Classics Museum

Visitors to the Classics Museum at ANU gain a taste of everyday life in the ancient world. The Classics Museum, established in 1962, displays a range of items that provide fascinating insights into the cultural practices of the ancient Greek and Roman worlds.

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