SOPHI talks research

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SOPHI – the School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry – brings together experts in archaeology, classics and ancient history, gender and cultural studies, history, and philosophy.

This new ‘SOPHI talks’ initiative aims to bring their ideas to wider audience. Find out more about the research happening in our School.

Featured talks


Sabine Selchow, (Sydney University Laureate Research Program in International History) as part of a panel.
Syria Today: Syrian economy and Sanctions
ABC Radio National – A Foreign Affair

Dr Sophie Chao (History) interviewed by Christine Winter (SSPS)
Episode 1 of The Re-(E)mergence of Nature in Culture series
May 7 2020
Multi-Sensory Mapping with the Marind People
(Sydney Environment Institute Podcast)

Professor Robert Aldrich and Associate Professor Cindy McCreery
May 7 2020
Monarchies really aren’t as simple as we think
(‘Hour of Power’ podcast: become an expert in an hour)

Professor Glenda Sluga (History)
Community of Sydney Panel
April 3 2020
Covid-19: global implications for the response and recovery

Professor Glenda Sluga
March 27, 2020
A conversation with Professor Glenda Sluga
Multilateralism, internationalism, and our capacity to imagine a better world
(‘The Next Page’ – Podcasts from the United Nations)

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Our community

Object Matters

Tune in for the Chau Chak Wing Museum‘s monthly podcast series

Gender and Cultural Studies

Professor Meaghan Morris
Conversation on martial arts, violence, media and culture,
with Professor Meaghan Morris (University of Sydney)

Length: 41 minutes 37 seconds