Philosophy Seminar: Koji Tanaka (ANU)

Koji Tanaka | ANU   Abstract: TBC ………  Wednesday, 30 September, 3:30-5:30 pm on Zoom Registration If you are registered with Sydphil you will automatically receive details of the Zoom meeting. Click here to join the SydPhil email list Social Media Follow the Department of Philosophy on Twitter Follow SOPHI on Twitter Photo by Piron …

Philosophy Seminar: Knowledge, professional skills and epistemic injustice

Dr Katrina Hutchison | Macquarie University Knowledge, professional skills and epistemic injustice: reflections on the case of surgery Theories of epistemic injustice have potential to illuminate a variety of real-world situations where harm results from misjudging the credibility of a knower. One such context is the workplace. In this talk I explore the relevance of …

NEAF Saturday Seminar series | From Cordoba to Kashgar – 1

“From Cordoba to Kashgar: Islamic Cultures and the Wider World” | Saturday Seminar Series Shock and Awe: the formation of the Islamic world John Tidmarsh Within a century of the death of the Prophet Mohammed in 632 CE the territories under Islamic control (Dar al-Islam) stretched from the Atlantic to the Oxus River and beyond. …

Classics in Colonial Cities – virtual conference

Classics in Colonial Cities: a Virtual Conference Call for expressions of Interest In the light of the extensive interest in the classical heritage evident in so much of the British Commonwealth, we have decided to organize a virtual conference on Classics in Colonial Cities in November 2021. The conference will focus on Australia, New Zealand …

Archaeology, Museums & Heritage – Seminar Series | David Nutley (Comber Consultants)

  David Nutley | Comber Consultants Submerged but not forgotten: the future of underwater pre- contact sites in Australia This presentation will discuss underwater cultural heritage site formation processes, the investigations and predictive modelling that have beenundertaken in Australia and the central importance of consultation and representation of First Nations people in significance assessment.  It will …

Archaeology, Museums & Heritage | Dr Alex Mackay

  Dr Alex Mackay (University of Wollongong)  The archaeological sequence at Varsche Rivier 003 (VR003) and its implications for human behavioural evolution in Africa With its rich, long, and relatively well-resolved archaeological record, southern Africa remains a focus of research into the evolution of human behaviour through the late Pleistocene. The preferential accumulation of deep …

Archaeology, Museums & Heritage – Seminar Series | Dr Mike Carson (University of Guam)

Dr Mike Carson (University of Guam) Contributions of Archaeology in Museum Exhibits, Curation, and Experience: Examples from Litekyan (Ritidian) of Guam The diverse findings of archaeology can create unique challenges for museum exhibits, curation, and rare cases of preserved sites as living museums. Considering these issues, archaeology research in Guam has been integrated with public …

Archaeology, Museums & Heritage – Seminar Series | Dr Hélène Sirantoine (USYD)

  Dr Hélène Sirantoine | USYD Cartularies, cartularization, and the boundaries between medieval written genres: some thoughts inspired by the diplomatic codices of Toledo (end 12th-mid 13th century) ———————————– When Friday 2nd October Where Online on Zoom Registration For more information, to sign up to our mailing list or to offer a seminar please contact: …

Archaeology, Museums & Heritage – Seminar Series | Samantha Leggett

  Samantha Leggett | University of Cambridge TBC ———————————– When Friday 16 October 2020 Where Online on Zoom Registration For more information, to sign up to our mailing list or to offer a seminar please contact: Agata Calabrese agata.calabrese@sydney.edu.au Lorraine Leung lorraine.leung@sydney.edu.au Kieran McGee kmcg2831@uni.sydney.edu.au Simon Wyatt-Spratt simon.wyatt-spratt@sydney.edu.au Sareeta Zaid sareeta.zaid@sydney.edu.au   The Department of …