Events

Events from 13 February, 2016

  • Date
    Time
    Event
  • 26th February, 2016
    1pm-4.30pm

    Languages at Sydney: Go Global

    Thinking about continuing or taking up language studies at University? This event gives high school students in Year 12 and 11 (numbers permitting) the chance to experience studying a language at the University of Sydney.

     

  • 9th March, 2016
    4-6 pm

    SLC Postgraduate Welcome

    Come along to a friendly, informal session designed to address common questions and connect you to support services. 

  • 16th March, 2016
    5:30-9:30pm

    Sydney International Women's Poetry and Arts Festival 2016

    Sydney International Women's Poetry and Arts Festival joins with the Women Poets International Movement (MPI) for the third year in a row to bring the Woman Scream Festival 2016 to Sydney. The Festival will take place at NSW Parliament House on March 16, 5:30-9:30pm. Woman Scream events are held in countries worldwide during the month of March. Last year the Festival was part of UNESCO’s 2015 International Year of Light.

  • 20th March, 2016 to 22nd March, 2016

    Arab Diasporas: Migration, Citizenship, and Transnational Identities

    This is an international workshop that examines the global Arab diaspora and is open to the public. Presentations focus on the history, politics, sociology and cultural production of this diaspora community. 

  • 20th March, 2016
    7-9pm

    Arabic Concert - Cancelled

    Please note that this event has been cancelled

  • 2nd June, 2016
    TBC

    Photography. Ontology. Symposium

    The French department is co-organizing the Photography. Ontology. Symposium. This symposium engages in critical debate with international scholars and specialists on the photographic medium. It will explore the relationship between photography's ontology, the camera as a human perceptual apparatus and the unconscious. 

  • 8th June, 2016
    5-6:30pm

    Medieval French Language and Culture in an Immersive Environment

    Professor Lynn Ramey from Vanderbilt University has just completed a book looking at the development of racial consciousness in medieval European literature and the importance of the Middle Ages to modern notions of race. Her current book project is on Jean Bodel, an amazingly versatile author from Arras in the 12th-13th centuries.

  • 8th June, 2016
    5-6:30pm

    Medieval French Language and Culture in an Immersive Environment

    Professor Lynn Ramey from Vanderbilt University has just completed a book looking at the development of racial consciousness in medieval European literature and the importance of the Middle Ages to modern notions of race. Her current book project is on Jean Bodel, an amazingly versatile author from Arras in the 12th-13th centuries.

  • 29th June, 2016 to 1st July, 2016

    Colloque international : « Marguerite Duras et les Arts »

    Organisé en partenariat avec Société Internationale Marguerite Duras, par Michelle Royer,

    Department of French Studies, University of Sydney (Australie),
    29 Juin - 2 Juillet 2016.