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Message from Mungo wins UN film award
Message from Mungo wins UN film award

Message from Mungo wins UN film award

A film co-produced by Professor Ann McGrath has won the 2014 United Nations Association of Australia media award for promotion of Indigenous recognition.

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Stephen Harper, Open Federalism and the Future of Canada?
Stephen Harper, Open Federalism and the Future of Canada?

Stephen Harper, Open Federalism and the Future of Canada?

Prof. Daniel Beland
5:00pm-7:00pm, Tuesday 28th October
Common Room, University House

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Celebration of the career of Emeritus Professor Frank Jackson
Celebration of the career of Emeritus Professor Frank Jackson

Celebration of the career of Emeritus Professor Frank Jackson

‘What physicalists have to say about the knowledge argument'. Date and Time: Friday 31st October 4.00 pm – 6.00 pm Location: Coombs Extension Theatre

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Exploring the global history of homicide and massacre
Exploring the global history of homicide and massacre

Exploring the global history of homicide and massacre

In this video Professor Rod Broadhurst and Professor Pieter Spierenburg challenge the common view that our modern world is more lethal than ever.

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Crafting Democracy
Crafting Democracy

Crafting Democracy

Ending an authoritarian regime is a tricky business. Watch Professor Abraham F (Abe) Lowenthal in discussion with Dr Sean Burges on democratic transitions.

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Cambridge Economic History of Australia featuring CAEPR contributors
Cambridge Economic History of Australia featuring CAEPR contributors

Cambridge Economic History of Australia featuring CAEPR contributors

The recently published Cambridge Economic History of Australia features two chapters authored by Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Researchers Dr Boyd Hunter, Professor Jon Altman and Dr Nick Biddle.

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The Research School of Social Sciences (RSSS) is Australia’s major institution for theoretical and empirical research in the social sciences. It is also a significant presence in the nation’s undergraduate, postgraduate and postdoctoral training in the social sciences.

Research news

Cambridge Economic History of Australia featuring CAEPR contributors

The recently published Cambridge Economic History of Australia features two chapters authored by Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Researchers.  Dr Boyd Hunter’s chapter, titled ‘The Aboriginal Legacy’, provides an account...

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School news

Exploring the global history of homicide and massacre

In this video Professor Rod Broadhurst of the School of Sociology and Professor Pieter...

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ANU hits top 25 in global rankings

The Australian National University has been ranked 25 in the world and the highest ranked...

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