Several ANU Centre for European studies research scholars will present their final PhD seminars in coming weeks.
On Friday 7 February at 10am, Ivana Damjanovic will speak on International investment law and the European Union: Towards a new institutional and normative framework, examing how the EU's proposed Multilateral Investment Court (MIC) will effect change in international investment law.
On Wednesday 12 February at 9am, Catherine Akeroyd will speak on Imagery within the southern continent on a selection of world maps: 1527 to 1620, investigating the use made of imagery by Dutch, French and Italian mapmakers in the hundred or so years following Ferdinand Magellan’s circumnavigation of the world.
Directly following this, at 10am, Therese Redpath will present a seminar on Imbricating the physical and virtual: An autoethnographic study of pedagogies of place, exploring changes in communication styles due to the expanding availability of mobile haptic technologies.
All are welcome to these events, which will be held at the Nye Hughes Room, ANU Centre for European Studies, 1 Liversidge Street Acton. Please register your attendance to email@example.com.
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