‘Dead as earth’: contemporary topicality and myths of origin in King Lear and The Shadow King

Presented as part of the Literary Studies Seminar Series. >>Seminar Flyer (147KB) Many meeting places are offered at the intersections of narrative-rich Australian...

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Artworks at the Australian National University

Presented as part of the Humanities Research Centre Seminar Series >> Seminar Flyer (96KB) The University House design and precinct, incorporating a site specific...

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“We murder to dissect”: Culture Through Crime Fiction in L2 Classroom

Presented as part of the Language Teaching Forum No RSVP necessary. Since its inception, the detective genre has crossed borders and languages and everywhere it has gone...

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Study Gamilaraay this Summer

Speaking Gamilaraay I (offered as AUST1001/6008) will be held as an ANU intensive course in Lewisham, Sydney from 12 – 23 January 2015. Gamilaraay is an Indigenous...

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Tools for Success: HDR Professionalization Workshop

This workshop series is designed to offer valuable training for your graduate degree and beyond. The workshops will speak to key components of the profession, including...

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ANU Linguistics and Modern Languages Receive Top Rankings in Australia

ANU Linguistics and Modern Languages have both been ranked top in Australia by the latest QS Top Universities rankings.  Linguistics has been ranked #11 in the world and...

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Applications are being received for the biennial scholarship offered by the ANU (Canberra) Friends of the AAIA supported by the Hellenic Club of Canberra

The scholarship is designed to assist a student or scholar, or, for example, an artist, whose research requires a period in Greece. If you know of someone who fulfils the...

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Queer Objects: A Symposium with Robyn Wiegman and Annamarie Jagose

Image from Dreamstate #3, inkjet print, U.K. Frederick (2013) >> Symposium Poster (1.7MB) ‘The rejection of essentialism,’ David Halperin writes in How to be Gay (...

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Ethel Tory Language Scholarship Round 2

Ethel Tory Language Scholarship Details  

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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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