What's On

2014


April


16 April
Multimodal Imaging Spectroscopy of Works of Art: registration, analysis, and interpretation
Professor Murray Loew, School of Engineering and Applied Science at George Washington University
2013 Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Advanced Science and Technology, sponsored by DSTO
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22 April
Opening Up to Our Pacific Neighbours
Stewart Firth, State, Society and Governance in Melanesia Program of the Australian National University
Australian Association for Pacific Studies Conference OCEANSCAPES: cooperation across the Pacific
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23 April
Thailand in Australia forum
Part of the 12th International Conference on Thai Studies
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25 April
Remembering World War One in the Pacific
The closing event for the Australian Association for Pacific Studies Conference OCEANSCAPES: cooperation across the Pacific
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28 April
The Marketing Matrix: Why I’m not lovin' it, will not just do it, and sure as hell will never be worth it
Professor Gerard Hastings, Professor of Social Marketing, University of Stirling UK and the Open University and L’École des Hautes Etudes en Santé Publique
Co-presented with the Charles Perkins Centre and Sydney Law School
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May

2 May
Palimpsest: Sri Lanka
Channa Daswatte, Sri Lankan Architect
Co-presented with the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning
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7 May
The Right to World Heritage?
Professor Lynn Meskell, Director of Stanford Archaeology Center, Stanford University
Launch of the new Master of Museum and Heritage Studies Program
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13 May
Decoding Official Secrecy in the Age of Data Mining
Professor Matthew Connelly, Department of History, Columbia University
Co-presented with the Laureate Research Program in International History, the University of Sydney
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15 May
Cracking the Einstein Code
Professor Fulvio Melia, University of Arizona
The Professor Walter Stibbs Lecture, presented by the School of Physics, the Sydney Institute for Astronomy and the ARC Centre of Excellence for All-sky Astrophysics (CAASTRO)
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19 May
A Journey through Digital China
Julien Leyre
Co-presented with the China Studies Centre
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