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Social and political sciences research

A premier environment for social and political sciences research
We have one of the strongest concentrations of social and political sciences researchers in the Australasian region. We offer collaborative research within the school, across the University and our international networks.

Research centres, institutes and networks

Colloquium and seminar series

The Department of Anthropology hold regular seminars for the general public, staff, students, visiting anthropologists and colleagues from related fields to exchange ideas and discuss new research. Most Thursdays during the teaching term, an invited speaker presents their work in a seminar, starting at 3:00pm, followed by discussion and a light reception.

Seminars: Thursdays, 3pm – 5pm
Seminar Room 148, R C Mills Building, Level 1, A26

Click here to join our seminar mailing list. For further information, please contact Ute Eickelkamp, convenor of the symposium.

The colloquium series showcase recent research by members of the department, visiting scholars and international and interstate guests in an informal setting, conducive to lively debate. These sessions are open to all - everyone is welcome to attend.

Colloquium: Thursdays, 1pm –2.30pm

If you would like to be informed of future events, please contact us and we'll add you to our email list. The series is coordinated by Dr Gorana Grgic.

Our seminars highlight recent research by members of the department, visiting scholars and international and interstate guests in an informal setting, conducive to lively debate. These sessions are open to all - everyone is welcome to attend.

Seminars: Thursdays, 4pm – 5.30pm
Social Sciences Building, Room 341 

If you would like to be informed of future events, please contact us and we'll add you to our email list.

Our seminars highlight recent research by members of the department, visiting scholars and international and interstate guests in an informal setting, conducive to lively debate. These sessions are open to all - everyone is welcome to attend.

Seminars: Mondays, 1pm – 2pm
Room 148 RC Mills building, A26

If you would like to be informed of future events, please contact us and we'll add you to our email list.