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The Learning Centre provides resources for students to build and extend the skills they need for study and research at university. Places are limited, so make sure you register online.
On 26 January 1972 four Aboriginal men began a protest outside Parliament House in Canberra, Australia. They erected a beach umbrella on the grass and called it an 'embassy'.
Miranda Johnson (Lecturer in Comparative Indigenous History) from the Department of History comments on the establishment of the tent embassy for the BBC.
Follow the search for the 51st Regiment: The heroes of Waterloo who were sent to police the penal colony of Maria Island, Tasmania.
This is an intensive three day workshop examining concepts and procedures of lithic artefact identification. It is focused on developing conceptual understandings and practical competency in identifying, describing and quantifying flaked stone artefacts. Participants should take away a quality capacity to identify lithic artefacts, in a variety of conditions, and to be able to use those identifications to accurately describe archaeological assemblages.
What does President Trump mean for the US-Australia alliance?[25 January 2017]
Download the latest edition of the SOPHI Magazine! [16 December 2016]
The latest edition of the SOPHI Magazine has been released just in time for some summer reading!