Associate Professor Peter Marks, Chair of the Department of English, was interviewed on Radio National with Phillip Adams about how the world of surveillance has outstripped the literature of surveillance in reference to his latest book Imagining Surveillance: Utopian and Distopian Literature and Film
Professor Paul Giles describes the trajectory of his research into the international interconnections that helped to frame classic American writing, from which he challenges the arbitrariness of institutional arrangements as well as conventional delineations of culture in nationalistic terms
Thursday 8th October 6-9pm -Where Do We Go Now? Nadine Labaki, Lebanon, 2012. Film introduction and Q&A with Fadia Abboud - Co-Director AFFAand Filmmaker) and Dr Susan Potter (Dept of Film Studies)
Raising the Bar. Tuesday 20 October. 20 bars, 20 talks.
Digital Cultures PhD candidate, Chris Rodley, will speak on viral ideas - writing in the digital age of listicles, quizzes and memes.
A major new account of Australian photography from 1901 to the present.
The Power Institute is delighted to announce the winners of the 2016 Terrence and Lynnette Fern Cité International des Arts Residency Fellowship.
Professor Nick Enfield's co-authored study proving 'huh' is a universal word has won an IgNobel Prize and been published by PLOS ONE
The pressure is mounting for Facebook to develop more open and responsive ways of dealing with online hate, write Dr Fiona Martin and Dr Jonathon Hutchinson
The University of Sydney has cemented its place among the top 50 universities globally in the latest QS World University Rankings, with strong results for Arts and Humanities
Each year, the Art Gallery of New South Wales runs a professional development program – Sydney Students Speak – that offers tertiary students the chance to work with their Public Engagement team.
Kandinsky and Klee in Tunisia by Roger Benjamin with Cristina Ashjian.
Sydney Ideas Forum - Talking about Mental Health in the Media[7 September 2015]
How are mental health issues portrayed and discussed in the mainstream media? What should mental health reporting look like? We discuss these issues and more
Distinguished Professor Nicholas Evans (ANU) to present for the Department of Linguistics[17 August 2015]
Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Language and ARC Future Fellow, Nicholas Evans, will speak on 'The grammar of other minds: social cognition and language diversity' for the Department of Linguistics on Friday 21 August