Meet a Student - Evelyn

Meet a Student - Evelyn

Learning two languages and interning with a Northern Territory Aboriginal legal aid service have been among the university highlights for Bachelor of Arts / ...

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Reading Across Borders: Gabi Martínez on 'In the Land of Giants'

Reading Across Borders: Gabi Martínez on 'In the Land of Giants'

Join the Humanities Research Centre for a conversation with Gabi Martínez and his recently translated book In the Land of Giants [Solo para gigantes]. High up in the Hindu Kush...

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Call for Papers: Language in Times of War and Conflict

Call for Papers: Language in Times of War and Conflict

Language in Times of War and Conflict An Interdisciplinary Symposium to be held at the Australian National University, Canberra 13-14 November 2017 This...

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Translating Science Popularization in the Eighteenth Century: The Role of Women in the Transmission of Scientific Knowledge

Translating Science Popularization in the Eighteenth Century: The Role of Women in the Transmission of Scientific Knowledge

Presented by the ANU Humanities Research Centre The subject of this paper is women’s popularisation of scientific texts in the eighteenth century. Starting from an analysis of...

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Literary Studies Seminar with Jyoti Nandan

Literary Studies Seminar with Jyoti Nandan

Patrick White – A Misogynist? (With special focus on The Twyborn Affair) Patrick White has been called a misogynist. My paper discusses to what extent this is the case...

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Achilles and Scamander go to school (Proclus in Plat. Tim. 19 d-e)

Achilles and Scamander go to school (Proclus in Plat. Tim. 19 d-e)

Presented as part of the Centre for Classical Studies Seminar Series “It is not difficult to say that Achilles came out armed in some such fashion as this, and did some...

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Call for Papers: 2018 Literary Studies Convention

Call for Papers: 2018 Literary Studies Convention

The Literary Interface 2018 Literary Studies Convention July 4-7, 2018 Australian National University, Canberra The Australian National University (ANU) is proud to...

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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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