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|Unique Indigenous art exhibition seizes more than the moment|
Many of the artworks have never before been seen outside Australia. 'Everywhen: the Eternal Present in Indigenous Art from Australia', curated by Stephen Gilchrist, spans four decades of artwork and runs at the Harvard Art Museums until September
|New Book by Professor Roger Benjamin|
Kandinsky and Klee in Tunisia by Roger Benjamin with Cristina Ashjian.
|Australian and New Zealand Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies launches new website|
The Australian and New Zealand Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (ANZSECS) is pleased to annouce the launch of our new website.
|Dialogues in Health Humanities|
You are invited to participate in a new Health Humanities research collaborative. The health humanities offer insights into the human condition as it pertains to the arts and sciences of healing and deepens understanding of disease and wellness, pain and suffering, personhood, the nature of death and dying, embodied experience, and the limits of technological knowledge. This collaborative will apply for node status with the Charles Perkins Centre.
|Camera-Stylo: Intersections in Literature and Cinema - Call for Papers|
The Camera-Stylo conference proposes to explore conceptions of and intersections between the pen and the camera, word and image, page and screen – the literary and the cinematic. We aim to open up a lively debate on any and all ways in which literary and cinematic imagining informs or plays out within each medium.
|Call for Papers: Rethinking Intellectual History Conference|
Abstracts for proposed papers and proposals for sessions are invited relating to the ten conference themes.
Rethinking Intellectual History is co-presented by the Sydney Intellectual History Network (University of Sydney), the Sydney Centre for the Foundations of Science (University of Sydney) and the Centre for the History of European Discourses (University of Queensland).
|Call for applications - US Studies Centre Indiana University Fellowship|
The United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney is currently inviting applications from Australian residents for the Visiting Fellowship in Creative Arts at Indiana University from September – December 2015.
|New Faculty Honours Research Fellowships for 2015|
The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences is pleased to announce the introduction of nine Honours Research Fellowships to be awarded to outstanding undergraduates intending to undertake an Honours year in 2015.
The successful applicants will be offered supervision towards an Honours degree in the appropriate discipline. They will each receive a bursary of $3000 towards research costs, and the opportunity to take up a research internship with the supervising program.
|SLAM researchers awarded Australian Research Council Linkage funding|
ARC Linkage funding has been awarded to researchers in the departments of Media and Communications, Linguistics and Art History and Film Studies.
|SLAM researchers awarded Australian Research Council funding|
ARC funding has been awarded to researchers in the departments of Art History and Film Studies, English and Media and Communications.
|Monograph publication by Departmental colleague Bruce Isaacs|
The Power is proud to announce the publication of The Orientation of Future Cinema by Departmental colleague Bruce Isaacs.
|Power Cité residency applications open for 2013|
We are very pleased to announce that applications are now open for the Power Institute Cité des Arts studio residency program in Paris.
|John Clark’s Asian Modernities wins 2011 AAANZ Book Prize|
Asian Modernities, written by Professor John Clark, and published by Power Publications in 2010, has been awarded the Art Association of Australia and New Zealand’s 2011 Best Book Prize.
|Getty Foundation funds South-East Asian art research|
The histories of modern art in South-East Asia will be supported by a new partnership with the Getty Foundation in an exciting new initiative.
|New publication series: Power Polemics|
The Power Institute is delighted to announce major support for a new series of books to be produced by Power Publications over the next five years.