Events from 26 May, 2016
26th May, 20164.00pm - 5.30pm
The Department of Political Economy is having a guest speaker Prof Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya from University of the Philippines presenting in this seminar.
26th May, 20165:30pm - 7:00pm
China Studies Centre Seminar | Capitalism Without Democracy: The Private Sector in Contemporary China
The stunning expansion of China’s private sector growth has led to the assumption that its growing ranks of capitalists represent a force for democratization. Tsai’s research finds little evidence for this belief, but shows that private entrepreneurs have had a structural impact on Chinese politics.
26th May, 201612:00pm - 1:30pm
GIR Colloquium Series | Human Displacement and the Crisis of Hospitality: Reflections on the Spirit of Refugee Law and the Example of Acehnese Fishermen
Associate Professor Anne McNevin is joining the Department of Government and International Relations in this colloquium. She will use the example of Acehnese Fishermen in May 2015 to reflect on the spirit of refugee law.
26th May, 20163:00pm - 5:00pm
The Department of Anthropology invites you to a seminar with Dr Jadran Mimica. He will give an introduction of the Yagwoia Womba Complex.
26th May, 20162:00pm - 3:00pm
Sydney Cyber Security Network invites you to a seminar with Dr Sarah Logan. She will talk about Baidu, the largest search engine in Southeast Asia.
27th May, 20169.30-17.00
Co-presented by Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies and Department of Media and Communication this seminar will look at present issues concerning the media and the communication of climate change.
2nd June, 20164.00pm - 5.30pm
Phil Toner from the Department of Political Economy and Mike Rafferty from the Business School will be presenting together in a seminar. They will talk about financialisation of the Australian Construction Industry.
14th July, 20164.00pm - 5.30pm
PE Seminar Series | Neoliberalism and discourse: politics between poststructuralism and political economy
The Department of Political Economy invites you to a seminar with Simon Springer from the University of Victoria. He will present on the topic of 'Neoliberalism and discourse: politics between poststructuralism and political economy'.
28th July, 20165.30 - 7.15pm
Professor Mike Michael from the Department of Sociology and Social Policy discusses what sort of social and political processes shape both 'scientific citizens' and their engagement with science and technology.
4th August, 20165.30pm - 7.15pm
Professor Adam Morton explores how the state under capitalism, organises spaces in our everyday lives through the streets we walk, the monuments we visit, and the places where we meet.