Events for 25 June, 2019

How well do we know the 'Hobbit?' Paleopolitics and Homo floresiensis

How well do we know the 'Hobbit?' Paleopolitics and Homo floresiensis

You are invited to the third annual Raymond Dart Lecture with Professor Dean Falk, the Hale G. Smith Professor of Anthropology and a Distinguished Research Professor at Florida State University. Professor Falk will discuss the controversies surrounding Homo floresiensis and how new evidence has blazed the trail for reconsidering the "big picture" of human evolution.
LFC Seminar Series: Evaluating Integrated Domestic and Family Violence Services: Co-location in a Police Station

LFC Seminar Series: Evaluating Integrated Domestic and Family Violence Services: Co-location in a Police Station

Professor Nan Seuffert will present her paper Evaluating Integrated Domestic and Family Violence Services: Co-location in a Police Station as part of the LFC Seminar Series.
Data Storytelling

Data Storytelling

Learn how to use the data, visuals and narrative to bring together the story of your research, using your own laptop.
txhuam ntxiv mus (continuous frictions) |  Vanghoua Anthony Vue

txhuam ntxiv mus (continuous frictions) | Vanghoua Anthony Vue

xhuam ntxiv mus (continuous frictions) presents selected works that Anthony Vue has investigated throughout his Doctor of Philosophy research.
Thought Form: Judith Duquemin

Thought Form: Judith Duquemin

Solo exhibition from Judith Duquemin featuring graphic, geometric paintings reduced to line and hardedge colour fields that have been produced from mathematical code.
Art of the Skin: un-silencing and remembering | Carol McGregor

Art of the Skin: un-silencing and remembering | Carol McGregor

Solo exhibition from DVA candidate Carol McGregor, whose focus in her visual art practice is to contribute to the "untelling" of Australian Indigenous community histories and heritage.