Events from 29 November, 2015

  • Date
  • 5th December, 2015
    1.00pm - 3.00pm

    Who Speaks for Islam and Muslims?: Democratising States, Pluralising Societies and Diversity of Voices

    Religion, State, & Society invites you to an event, where Professor Larbi Sadiki (University of Qatar) will talk on ‘Tunisia’s Nahda: The Democratic Learning Curve’, followed by Roundtable discussion and Q&A.

  • 11th December, 2015
    4.00pm - 6.00pm

    Neoliberal Autocracy and Its Unmaking: Reflections on Syria

    The Department of Sociology and Social Policy and the Department of Anthropology would like to invite you to a special seminar by Professor Lisa Wedeen from the University of Chicago entitled Neoliberal Autocracy and Its Unmaking: Reflections on Syria. In this talk, Wedeen discusses the first year and a half of the Syrian uprising. Professor Ghassan Hage will act as her discussant.

  • 14th April, 2016
    9:00am - 5:00pm

    Epistemologies of the South: Mapping new directions in Australian social sciences

    Convened by Raewyn Connell and Fran Collyer, this workshop will foster connections among Australian researchers, and with colleagues from Brazil and South Africa. Across the day, there will be discussion about current and future possibilities for research and collaboration on social and political sciences.