SOPHI News and Events
Wednesday 1 June 2016, 2:30-5:00pm NSW Parliament House Theatrette, 6 Macquarie Street.
Register to attend this event at: www.topblokes.org.au
In her recent book, Darwin, Tess Lea wrote about how mosquitoes were the unsung urban planners of her hometown. Listen to her l defend the Aussie mozzie in a debate over whether we should just get rid of them altogether, or recognise that mozzies do have an important role to play.
As often happens, this announcement was the result of a surprisingly long process, and yet it has shocked some archaeologists. The response to it reveals much about the nature of archaeological argument and about the way we think about the past.
A fragment of the world's oldest known ground-edge axe has been found in the remote Kimberley region of northern Australia.
Announcing the 2016 series of 'Cities' workshops to be held in Kevin Lee Room, Level 6, Lobby H, Quadrangle 5-7pm
National Archaeology Week[5 May 2016]
The Department of Archeology is playing host to a number of events in this year's National Archaeology Week. Check the calendar for information on the full program.
Tess Lea (Gender and Cultural Studies) & Stuart Rollo (History) on the strategic implications of this deployment, its role in broader American military planning and its potential to bind Australian foreign policy and geographical assets to future American wars.
Associate Professor Tess Lea will be appearing for the defense in a debate on the .
Co-presented by the Marie Bashir Institute of Infectious Diseases and Biosecurity and HARN: Human Animal Research Network
Anna Hickey-Moody on the first 'plus size' male models[11 April 2016]
Dr Anna Hickey-Moody talks to ABC RN's Life Matters program to about plus-size modelling for men. We're seeing more images of bigger blokes in our magazines, billboards and in advertising. But is the label 'plus-size' even relevant when most Aussie blokes weigh over 85kg?
SOPHI Magazine launched[4 February 2016]
Download the first edition of the new SOPHI Magazine. Find out about our research, our students, the career potential of an Arts degree and much, much more! Issued twice each year, SOPHI Magazine will keep you up-to-date with what's happening across the School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry (SOPHI).