We are very excited to invite you to the first QRN Forum! The theme for the forum is ‘Looking back, moving forward: What is the future of qualitative research?'4.00pm, Tues 17th May 2016 Drawing Room, University House, ANU. The forum will be followed by drinks at the Fellows Bar, University House.
Some of the issues we will discuss include:
Abdullah Baabood is the director of the Gulf Studies Centre at Qatar University. He is a graduate in business studies and international relations. He holds a Master in Business Administration (MBA), a Master in International Relations (MA) and a Doctorate in International Political Economy (PhD) from the University of Cambridge.
There is a widespread view among analysts and policy makers in the Middle East region and beyond that President Barack Obama's handling of the oil-rich but volatile Middle East has not been deft.
Public lecture - Adolescent health and wellbeing in Africa: What do we know and what next? Reflections from a Kenyan perspective
School of Demography, ANU College of Arts & and Social Sciences and
National Centre for Epidemiology & Population Health, ANU College of Medicine, Biology & Environment
Kuosheng Cheng is a PhD Candidate in the School of Demography.
This interdisciplinary conference investigates the justification and use of evolutionary history to measure biodiversity. Since the late 1980s the preservation of biodiversity has emerged as the main goal of conservation science, replacing older, less precise goals such as the preservation of ‘wilderness’ or ‘nature’.
Frank Bongiorno: Labour, Social History and Psychoanalysis
Angela Woollacott: Gender
Joan Beaumont: War
Amanda Laugesen: Language and Sound
Nicholas Brown: Immigration
Professor Joy Damousi
Amna Guellali is the Researcher covering Tunisia and Algeria, Middle East and North Africa Division of Human Rights Watch. Her brief is to investigate human rights abuses in both countries. She produces detailed reports, news releases, and op-eds based on her findings and conducts local and international advocacy. Before joining Human Rights Watch, Dr Guellali worked as an analyst at the office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court in the Hague.
This is a PhD final seminar.
Annemarie Ashton-Wyatt is a PhD Candidate in the School of Demography.