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SYNAPSE Seminar 2 August

Image courtesy: Ada Jusic (Twitter/Instagram @AdaJusic) This seminar is part of SYNAPSE: The CHL trans-disciplinary seminar series and will be co-hosted with Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies Seminar: The Body as archive: Debates around the genetic reconstruction of African ancestries in post-slavery American societies Speaker: Sarah Abel (University of Cambridge) When: 2 August 2021, 6pm-7.30pm RegistrationContinue reading “SYNAPSE Seminar 2 August”

Meet the Neighbours – Online

Applications close 16 June 2021 Are you interested in archaeology, history, politics, cultural heritage or environmental history? Join Dr Stuart Bedford in this interactive online course in semester 2 with virtual tours of significant cultural sites including the Vanuatu Museum in the capital Port Vila and the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Roi Mata Domain on theContinue reading “Meet the Neighbours – Online”

SYNAPSE Seminar 7 June

This seminar is part of SYNAPSE: The CHL trans-disciplinary seminar series Seminar: Searching for a sixth sense with Gurindji people Speaker: Felicity Meakins When: 7 June 2021, 2pm-3.30pm Registration via Eventbrite This is an online event and will be hosted via Zoom; Login details for the Zoom event will be included in your Eventbrite registration email.

ILARA Round-table 6 May

This seminar is part of ILARA youtube talks Round-table: Language acquisition in crosslinguistic context: How can we increase language coverage? Convenor: Birgit Hellwig (University of Cologne) Panel:  Shanley Allen (Kaiserslautern Universitat)Lucy Davidson (University of Melbourne)Rebecca Defina (University of Melbourne)Barbara Kelly (University of Melbourne)Evan Kidd (Australian National University/MPI Nijmegen/ECDI)Elena Lieven (Manchester University)Serge Sagna (York University) When: 6 November 2021,Continue reading “ILARA Round-table 6 May”

SYNAPSE Seminar 3 May

This seminar is part of SYNAPSE: The CHL trans-disciplinary seminar series Seminar: Reading landscapes: Tracing the nature of being human through the palaeoecology of extinction, domesticaton, translocation and invasion Speaker: Simon Haberle When: 3 May 2021, 2pm-3:30pm Registration via Eventbrite This is an online event and will be hosted via Zoom; Login details for the Zoom event willContinue reading “SYNAPSE Seminar 3 May”