SOPHI News and Events
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The untold stories of thousands of mixed-race children fathered from allied troops posted in Australia during World War II is the focus of a first-of-its kind ARC project led by University of Sydney researchers.
It’s generally thought that the first humans arrived on this continent somewhere around 50,000 years ago. But how did they get here and what light can archaeology shed on the process?
SOPHI Undergraduate guides for 2014 now available for download as PDFs for Archaeology, Classics and Ancient History, Gender and Cultural Studies, History and Philosophy.
Eleanor Cowan receives Equity Fellowship[7 November 2013]
Eleanor Cowan from the Department of Classics and Ancient History has been awarded a 2014 University of Sydney Equity Fellowship. The Equity Fellowships, a joint initiative between the DVC(R) and the Equity and Diversity Strategy Centre are designed to promote equity and diversity at the University of Sydney.
Romance reborn: can glamour reboot Virgin Australia’s image?[28 October 2013]