Past events

11
Apr
2019

Peter FitzSimons: On Biography

With an ear for story and talent for a good yarn FitzSimons’ particular brand brings stories to life so that we are not merely sitting around the campfire...
03
Apr
2019

Which Degree of Integration Between Science and Public Policy? Food Safety in France

This Europa Policy Lab is presented with the support of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. Promoted as a guarantee of neutrality and rigour, the...
01
Apr
2019

New Trends and Issues in European Food and Agricultural Policy

This Jean Monnet Europa Policy Lab is presented with the support of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. The European Union’s agricultural policy has...
28
Mar
2019

Fullbright seminar: Fabric of War - A Hidden History of the Global Wool Trade

In the interdisciplinary spirit of the ANU Wool Seminars, 1957-1959, this presentation showcases how material culture, film, digital media, and a wealth of...
28
Mar
2019

Brexit and the UK Parliament: Challenges and Opportunities

Richard Whitaker's slide from this lecture are available at the bottom of this page. Audio recording coming soon. Brexit has been dominating the UK...
28
Mar
2019

Rhys Williams – From Carlyle to Plekhanov: The Role of the Individual in History

The role of the individual in history has always been a concern for historians and biographers. Do individuals shape events or do events shape individuals?...
27
Mar
2019

Book Launch: History as Wonder: Beginning with Historiography (Marnie Hughes-Warrington)

Prof. Rae Frances will host the launch of History as Wonder: Beginning with Historiography by Marnie Hughes-Warrington. Prof. Frank Bongiorno and Prof. Joy...

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