Sydney Environment Institute

EVENTS

Conferences, meetings and workshops

HfE Observatory
LECTURE SERIES
Friday 1 May 6pm - 8pm
Dixon Room, Mitchell Library Building, State Library of NSW
Unbecoming Animal? Agency / Responsibility / Survival
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HfE Observatory
WORKSHOP
Monday 4 - Friday 8 May 2015
The University of Sydney
Are you writing a PhD or MA in environmental history or humanities, and are interested in the relationship between writing and filmmaking?
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HfE Observatory
SYDNEY IDEAS
Thursday 7 May, 2015
6.00 - 7.30PM
Old Geology Lecture Theatre | Edgeworth David Building | University of Sydney
Gregg Mitman will show show clips from his environmental documentaries and share his insights into the art of environmental filmmaking.
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HARN
PUBLIC LECTURE
Monday 11 May 2015, 6pm - 7.30pm
LT 026, New Law School,
Eastern Avenue, The University of Sydney
In this lecture Professor Braverman will offer an in depth insight into her forthcoming book Wild Life: The Institution Of Nature.
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FOOD
SEMINAR SERIES
School of Geosciences
Wednesday 20 May 2015 4.00 - 5.00PM
Madsen Conference Room 449, The University of Sydney
Australian hazards geography: a review
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SNCCS
SYDNEY WRITERS' FESTIVAL SESSION
Saturday 23 May 2015, 3pm - 4pm
Philharmonia Studio, Pier 4/5, Hickson Road, Walsh Bay
Professor David Schlosberg, Co-Director of the Sydney Environment Institute will chair a panel at the Sydney Writers' Festival
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FOOD
SYDNEY IDEAS
Monday 25 May 2015 6.00 - 7.30PM
Old Geology Lecture Theatre | Edgeworth David building | University of Sydney
Nepal Earthquake Forum
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FOOD
SEMINAR SERIES
School of Geosciences
Wednesday 27 May 2015 4.00 - 5.00PM
Madsen Conference Room 449, The University of Sydney
Environmental Protection and Regulatory Failure: the view through a geographical lens
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HfE Observatory
PERFORMANCE
Wednesday 27 – Sunday 31 May 2015
Macleay Museum and beyond
A special performance from The Living Room Theatre inspired by hysteria in the 19th century and the art and science of taxidermy.
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