NEAF AGM

NEAF Annual General Meeting Wednesday 25 March 2020, 6.30pm  Due to COVID-19 and current social distancing guidelines, the NEAF AGM will be held by teleconference this year. Dial In 02-280384180* or Toll Free 1300300805 Passcode: 527617   The lecture has been cancelled in accordance with Government COVID-19 policy The Legacy of the Cape Gelidonya Wreck: Bronze Age Maritime Trade in …

Critical Antiquities Workshop: Spinoza the Epicurean

POSTPONED DUE TO UNIVERSITY COVID-19 POLICY Dimitris Vardoulakis  | Western Sydney University Spinoza the Epicurean …….. The Department of Classics and Ancient History hosts a lively departmental research seminar series. Everyone is welcome to attend. Where CCANESA Boardroom Madsen Building F0 Eastern Avenue, Camperdown Campus Click here for map Seminar Series convenor: Tristan Bradshaw and …

Archaeology, Museums, Heritage and Material Culture Seminar: From mammals to microbes: Musings on a research career in archaeological science

Professor Keith Dobney | The University of Sydney From mammals to microbes: Musings on a research career in archaeological science. As an archaeologist (first) and the new Head of SOPHI (second), I thought the Archaeology, Museums and Heritage Seminar Series would be a great opportunity for me to give an overview of my previous research …

Archaeology, Museums, Heritage and Material Culture Seminar: Judy Birmingham and the origins of Australian historical archaeology.

POSTPONED DUE TO UNIVERSITY COVID-19 POLICY Andrew Wilson | The University of Sydney Title: ‘I want a really good man and I have written to professor Mallowan…’ Judy Birmingham and the origins of Australian historical archaeology. ……… The Department of Archaeology hosts a lively departmental research seminar series. Everyone is welcome to attend. Where Philosophy Room …

Philosophical Reflections on the Bushfire Disaster and Climate Crisis

Special event Philosophical Reflections on the Bushfire Disaster and Climate Crisis This year the Philosophy Department will start its weekly seminar series with a mini-workshop on the devastating events of this summer. Please join us for a series of talks by the members of the department to keep the conversation going. Kristie Miller “Bushfires: when …

Department of Gender and Cultural Studies HSC ‘Society and Culture’ PIP Workshop

POSTPONED DUE TO UNIVERSITY COVID-19 POLICY Cost $30 per student (includes lunch and light morning tea on arrival) No fee will be charged for teaching and school staff Student fee waiver/reduction will be considered for special circumstances. Venue The Sibyl Centre, The Women’s College, University of Sydney Click here for map   Registration Download the …

OSA lunchtime lecture series | Tuesday 28 January 2020

Dr. Sophie Chao | The University of Sydney Plants as Kin, Plants as Foe: Sago and Oil Palm Ontologies in Indonesian West Papua Drawing from long-term ethnographic fieldwork in rural West Papua, Chao examines how indigenous Marind communities conceptualize plants as particular kinds of persons within a multispecies cosmology. Specifically, she examines the moral, biotic, and …

NEAF Public Lecture Series | 9 December 2019

NEAF Public Lecture Series Monday 9 December 2019 Professor Irving Finkel | British Museum Ghostbusting Mesopotamia Ancient Mesopotamia was a world in which no one questioned the existence of ghosts, but regarded them with sympathy, and often tried to help. These extraordinary voices echo through the cuneiform tablets that occupy Irving’s days in the British …