Seminar/Forum

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar | Feminism and Gender Inequality in Xi Jinping's China: A Tough Road Ahead

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar | Feminism and Gender Inequality in Xi Jinping's China: A Tough Road Ahead

In this presentation, Associate Professor Jane Golley, The Australian National University (ANU) presents a pessimistic picture of gender inequities in China today, reflected in rampant levels of discrimination against women in the labour force, the Chinese government's tightening censorship of feminist ideas and activism.
Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar | Australian Writers in China in the 1950s-1960s

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar | Australian Writers in China in the 1950s-1960s

In this presentation, Mr Li Jianjun, Senior Lecturer, School of English and International Studies and Director, Australian Studies Centre, Beijing Foreign Studies University demostrates why and how Australian writers were introduced into China and shed light on the cultural exchanges between Australia and China two decades earlier before the establishment of diplomatic relationship between the two countries in 1972.
Energy transition to 2030 - Plan to Repower Australia

Energy transition to 2030 - Plan to Repower Australia

Australia is currently in the grip of a renewable energy revolution. So, how do we make it achievable, and affordable, for everyone to benefit from renewable energy? We "Repower" Australia, of course. But how exactly do we do this?

Our next community forum delves into the report "Plan to Repower Australia" and will present an insight into repowering Australia with clean energy and how this will create a better life for everyone.
LFC Seminar - Martyrdom, antinomianism and the prioritizing of Christians - towards a political theology of refugee resettlement

LFC Seminar - Martyrdom, antinomianism and the prioritizing of Christians - towards a political theology of refugee resettlement

Associate Professor Matthew Zagor (Australian National University) will present his paper "Martyrdom, antinomianism and the prioritizing of Christians - towards a political theology of refugee resettlement".