Hope you all had a refreshing break and a relaxing start to 2015. Get Ready for ANU Day is now two weeks away, it has come around very fast indeed.
Academic Advice Day is now officially known as Get Ready for ANU Day.
The Student Experience team will be providing Subway lunch for all staff.
Signage for Get Ready for ANU Day will be same as Open Day 2014 and the same layout from Academic Advice Day 2014.
For more information relating to this event please refer toImage students2-320x215.jpg
Scott Stephenson has been awarded the 2015 Gollan Prize for his article, “‘Ballot-Faking Crooks and a Tyrannical Executive’: The Australian Workers Union Faction and the 1923 New South Wales Labor Party Annual Conference”, Labour History, no. 105, November 2013, pp.93-111.Image scott stephenson.jpg
Interview with Martin Thomas, author of Expedition into Empire
Author Martin Thomas discusses his research and how his book, Expedition into Empire: Exploratory Journeys and the Making of the Modern World, illuminates the whole notion of an expedition to spark new and more critical dialog.
Dr Allbrook's new book Henry Prinsep’s Empire: Framing a distant colony, Canberra: ANU Press, 2014 has been published.Image Henry Prinsep’s Empire Framing a distant colony Malcom Allbrook.png
Congratulations to Professor Angela Woollacott who has been elected to the Australian Academy of the Humanities. This is a great honour and a recognition of Angela’s very significant contributions to Australian historical writing.
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Congratulations to Carolyn Strange and Mary-Anne Jebb in the 2015 ARC round!
Carolyn Strange is a Lead CI in a Discovery Grant that she and colleagues from Griffith and UQ will undertake qualitative and quantitative analysis on sexual offending in a historical context.
Mary-Anne Jebb is a CI in a 3 year DP with colleagues from the University of Melbourne. This project aims to investigate Indigenous song traditions of the western Pilbara through current practice and legacy recordings.
Tom Griffiths' essay 'Weather and Mind Games: Why can't we talk about climate change?' has been selected for publication in The Best Australian Science Writing 2014
Tom Griffiths' essay 'Weather and Mind Games: Why can't we talk about climate change?' has been selected for publication in The Best Australian Science Writing 2014 (ed. Ashley Hay, UNSW Press) launched on 6 November by David Gonski AC. Tom's essay was first published in Griffith Review, no. 41, and can be found at:
28 November 2014
9.30am - 3.00pm
Coombs Extension Building, Room 1.04
A film co-produced by Professor Ann McGrath has won the 2014 United Nations Association of Australia media award for promotion of Indigenous recognition.
Message from Mungo, produced by McGrath from the ANU Centre for Indigenous History and Andrew Pike from Ronin Films, took over seven years to make.
It tells the story of the surfacing of the remains of ‘Mungo Lady’ over forty years ago, and the interactions between scientists and the traditional custodians of the land.Image Co-directors-Andrew-Pike-and-Ann-McGrath-on-location-on--the-Walls-of-China--at-Lake-Mungo2640x360.jpg
From Sudan to Samoa: Imperial Culture and Legacies in New Zealand’s Rule over the Mandated Territory of Western Samoa
Speaker: Patricia O’Brien, School of History, ANU
12:30 Welcome: Dr Fiona Jenkins (Convenor, Gender Institute, ANU)
12:35 p.m. to 3:30, Professor Matthews’ Activism, Scholarship,
Teaching and Legacy, Hedley Bull 2
12:35-2.00: Jill Matthews: activist and scholar
Chair: Prof. Desley Deacon (Emeritus Professor of History, ANU)
Speaker: Emily Duthie, PhD Candidate, School of History, ANU
‘Taking the Long Journey’: Australian Women who Served with Allied Countries and Para-military Organisations during World War One
Wednesday 15 Oct. 2014 4:15-5:30pm
Speaker: Selena Williams, PhD Candidate, School of History, ANU
The School of Creative Arts and Humanities, Charles Darwin UniversityProfessional Historians Association (NT) ANNUAL HISTORY COLLOQUIUM
Saturday 1st November 2014
The Theatrette, Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin