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”

UCSB Linguistics Colloquium 13 May

This seminar is part of University of California, Santa Barbara Linguistics Colloquium series Colloquium: Unsundering Sahul: Can we find deep time connections across the Torres Strait? Speakers: Nick Evans & Kyla Quinn When: 13 May 2021, 3.30pm (PT) Registration via Zoom This is an online event and will be hosted via Zoom. Abstract Humans reached Sahul – theContinue reading “UCSB Linguistics Colloquium 13 May”

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”

Archaeology & Cultural Heritage Field School

Applications close 5 April 2021 Interested in gaining a deeper understanding of the significance of cultural landscapes in contemporary society? Don’t miss out on the opportunity to join ECDI researcher Dr Ben Shaw and conduct archaeological research and excavation on the stunning Mornington Peninsula in Victoria! This program will allow you to be part ofContinue reading “Archaeology & Cultural Heritage Field School”

SYNAPSE Seminar 12 April

This seminar is part of SYNAPSE: The CHL trans-disciplinary seminar series Seminar: Palaeodemographic advances and potential applications in the Pacific region Speaker: Clare McFadden When: 12 April 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.

SYNAPSE Seminar 1 March

This seminar is part of SYNAPSE: The CHL trans-disciplinary seminar series Seminar: Leadership and its Social Correlates in Contact-Era New Guinea Speaker: Prof Paul “Jim” Roscoe When: 1 March 2021, 6pm-7.30pm 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 registrationContinue reading “SYNAPSE Seminar 1 March”