The Early Soviet Critique of Indo-European Philology and the Rise of Post-Colonial Theory

The Early Soviet Critique of Indo-European Philology and the Rise of Post-Colonial Theory

Presented by Prof Craig Brandist as part of the Humanities Research Centre Seminar Series. >> Seminar Flyer Much contemporary postcolonial theory has constructed a...

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The Expressions for ‘translate’ and ‘interpret’ in the European Languages (Work in Progress)

The Expressions for ‘translate’ and ‘interpret’ in the European Languages (Work in Progress)

Presented as part of the Language Change Seminar Series The words for ‘translate’ and ‘interpret’ are interesting in two respects: They show how concepts are formed...

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Inked In: The Feminist Politics of Tattooing in Sarah Hall’s "The Electric Michelangelo"

Inked In: The Feminist Politics of Tattooing in Sarah Hall’s "The Electric Michelangelo"

Presented as part of the SLLL Literary Studies Seminar Series 2015 This paper evaluates neo-Victorian fiction’s attempt to redress historical silences toward non-normative...

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Polemic in Polybius

Polemic in Polybius

Our free Classics Seminar Series 2015 continues on 30 April. Dr Paul Burton will present ‘Polemic in Polybius' As usual, after the talk...

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Applications Now Open for Ethel Tory Language Scholarships

Applications Now Open for Ethel Tory Language Scholarships

Applications are now being accepted for 2015 Ethel Tory Language Scholarships for all European and Middle Eastern Languages. Ethel Tory Biography The Ethel Tory Language...

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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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