Scales of Memory: Violence, (In)Justice and Dynamics of Remembrance

All are welcome to attend this symposium offered in collaboration with the Network in Transnational Memory Studies and supported by ANU's Research School of Humanities &...

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Apology as Cultural Performance: Bloody Sunday 1897–2010

Public lecture in conjunction with a symposium: ‘Scales of Memory: violence, (in)justice and remembrance' >> Lecture Poster (1.23MB) In this talk, I build a bridge...

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Teaching and learning pronunciation in the FL/L2 class

Presented as part of the ANU Language Teaching Forum After a period of neglect, the explicit –integrated– teaching of pronunciation is enjoying a revival. Initially...

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Bonus Points Allocation under the National Access Scheme Benefits Language Learners

ANU teaches over twenty Languages. School leavers who have successfully completed a Language in Years 11 and 12 and have an ATAR of 70 or higher will be eligible for five bonus...

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Cold War drama shortlisted for ACT book prize

Dr Lucy Neave’s novel Who We Were has been shortlisted for this year’s ACT Book of the Year. Neave, a lecturer in creative writing at the ANU School of Literature...

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How to flip the language classroom using polls

Presented as part of the Language Teaching Forum This presentation will assess some potential uses of polls for language teaching. I will explore how language teachers can...

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Join a community of inspired minds in 2015

If you choose ANU, you will learn from academics who are leaders in their fields; they have written the textbooks, appeared in the media, and advised governments on...

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The Sea is Rising: Visualizing Climate Change in the Pacific

Public lecture jointly hosted by the School of Literature, Languages and Linguistics (CASS) and the Department of Gender, Culture & Media Studies (CAP). >>Lecture...

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Semester One 2015 Classes on Offer

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

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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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