The week ahead

Un/comfortable Bodies, Fiona Fell
21 Apr

Un/comfortable Bodies, Fiona Fell

Fiona Fell's inagural exhibition with QCA Galleries, Un/comfortable Bodies proposes art as an in/hospitable space for female embodiment, drawing on manifestations of the uncanny, the shadow, and the ghostly.
On view at 2/758 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley from 21-27 April 2017.
The meaning of atypcial work for identity, wellbeing and behaviour: introduction to a research program
23 Apr

The meaning of atypcial work for identity, wellbeing and behaviour: introduction to a research program

Dr Eva Selenko, Loughborough University, will, after outlining her theoretical framework, present a number of longitudinal empirical studies (published and unpublished) that provide interesting support for the connection between atypical work, identity and wellbeing, behavioural and even attitudinal outcomes in domains outside work.
Entrepreneurship Seminar - Identifying online markets
24 Apr

Entrepreneurship Seminar - Identifying online markets

This seminar focuses on techniques to identify and understand the most important aspect of the business - connected consumer market segments. The session will explore modern consumer behavior - the ways consumers are interacting, and the importance of lifestyle research.
Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar: Europe's relations with China and Japan: between the Belt and Road Initiative and the Indo-Pacific Strategy
26 Apr

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar: Europe's relations with China and Japan: between the Belt and Road Initiative and the Indo-Pacific Strategy

In this presentation, Dr Nikolay Murashkin will examine China's and Japan's economic and political relations with the EU and specific member states, their implications for Sino-Japanese ties and for international politics in the Asia Pacific.
Law Futures Centre Seminar: Human Rights and Neoparochialism in the contemporary United States
30 Apr

Law Futures Centre Seminar: Human Rights and Neoparochialism in the contemporary United States

Professor Aaron Fellmeth (Arizona State University) will discuss the deeply ambivalent relationship the United States has with international human rights law.
Law Futures Centre Seminar: Human Rights and Neoparochialism in the contemporary United States
30 Apr

Law Futures Centre Seminar: Human Rights and Neoparochialism in the contemporary United States

Professor Aaron Fellmeth (Arizona State University) will discuss the deeply ambivalent relationship the United States has with international human rights law.