Professor Dipesh Chakrabarty

Climate + Capital
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Dr Iona Heath

Too Much Medicine
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Key Texts 2015

Leading academics discuss a text that has
influenced their way of thinking
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New Asia Now

Fresh perspectives
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STIR!

A Salon, that adds women, and stirs
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Food@Sydney

A series of forums hosted with
Sydney Environment Institute
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Transformation of Islamic Discourse

in the Arab World and Africa
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Niall Atkinson

Getting Lost in the Italian Renaissance
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Upcoming Events

  • 7 July

     Food

    Food@Sydney: The Glass Walls Fallacy: Reflections from an Industrialized Kill Floor on the promises and pitfalls of transparency
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  • 7 July

     Niall Atkinson

    Professor Niall Atkinson on Getting Lost in the Italian Renaissance: the geography of urban disorientation
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  • 23 July

     Dipesh Chakrabarty

    Professor Dipesh Chakrabarty on Climate + Capital
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  • 28 July

     WED

    ADDing WOMEN AND STIRring in Economic History
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  • 29 July

     Health Forum 2

    Health Forum on Cancer Screening: Are we harming the healthy?
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  • 30 July

     Victoria Tauli Corpuz

    Victoria Tauli-Corpuz on Globalisation and Indigenous Peoples
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  • 30 July

     Capon

    A panel with Edmund Capon on Contemporary Artists in China: how they operate between freedom and restriction
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  • 30 July

     Hassam

    Professor Hamdy Hassan on Transformation of Islamic Discourse in the Arab World and Africa: Boko Haram versus the State
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  • 4 August

     Barnett

    A panel on Who’s Afraid of Media Pluralism? Corporate power, concentration and ownership in the digital era
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  • 5 August

     WED

    Dr Iona Heath on Too Much Medicine: exploiting fear for the pursuit of profit
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  • 5 August

     Erica Fudge

    Professor Erica Fudge on Farmyard Choreographies in Early Modern England
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  • 7 August

     Robots

    A panel on Robots: the unfinished revolution
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  • 11 August

     New Asia Now

    A penle on New Asia Now
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