Middleground as Battleground? Rethinking Indigenous Literary Success

Middleground as Battleground? Rethinking Indigenous Literary Success

Presented as part of the Literary Studies Seminar Series. Imogen Mathew will speak about "Middleground as Battleground? Rethinking Indigenous Literary Success". At first...

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Vampires in Ancient Rome

Vampires in Ancient Rome

Our free Classics Seminar Series 2015 continues on 19 March. Dr Joan Stivala will speak on ‘Vampires in ancient Rome’ As usual, after the talk discussion will continue...

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William Zappa in the ANU Classics Museum

William Zappa in the ANU Classics Museum

Experience the Iliad--as in the ancient world Australian actor, playwright and director William Zappa was commissioned by ABC Radio drama to explore adapting Homer's Iliad...

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Hindi Express: phones, tablets and notebooks in class

Hindi Express: phones, tablets and notebooks in class

Presented as part of the ANU Language Teaching Forum Check back soon for further information. The Language Teaching Forum aims to provide a discussion platform for language...

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Reading Across Borders: Marion Halligan with ANU Emeritus Fellow Colin Steele

Reading Across Borders: Marion Halligan with ANU Emeritus Fellow Colin Steele

Marion Halligan, much loved Canberra author and three-time winner of the ACT Book of the Year Award, will read from her new novel, Goodbye Sweetheart, and will talk about...

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Why Read Tragedy Today?

Why Read Tragedy Today?

Presented by the ANU School of Literature, Languages and Linguistics in the College of Arts and Social Sciences in association with the National Library of Australia. Tragedy...

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Applications Now Open for 2016 HRC Visiting Fellowships

Applications Now Open for 2016 HRC Visiting Fellowships

The Humanities Research Centre at the Australian National University is now accepting applications for 2016 Visiting Fellowships. The 2016 HRC theme will be ‘Forms of...

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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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