The cultural semantics of the Japanese keyword "haji" and the difference with the English "shame"

The cultural semantics of the Japanese keyword "haji" and the difference with the English "shame"

An Emotions in Research Seminar presented by Gian Marco Farese The "universality" of emotions remains an open question and is still a source of debate among reserachers from a...

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It’s Impossible

It’s Impossible

Presented by Monique Rooney as part of the Literary Studies Seminar Series Juan Antonia Bayona’s The Impossible (2012) melodramatises the trauma and turmoil experienced by...

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Homer guides a Classics scholar to Emeritus honour

Homer guides a Classics scholar to Emeritus honour

An ANU academic who fell head over heels for Homer while an undergraduate and carved a career as a Latin and Ancient Greek specialist is to have her name inscribed on the Roll...

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‘Like a shield laid on the misty sea – an adventure among the similes of the Odyssey’

‘Like a shield laid on the misty sea – an adventure among the similes of the Odyssey’

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

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Workshop: “Variation and asymmetries in case-marking”

Workshop: “Variation and asymmetries in case-marking”

The workshop aims to bring together linguists working on morphology and syntax in languages with case-marking in order to share ideas on factors contributing to variation in...

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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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