2019 events

29 November
Trans-Disciplinary thinking and teamwork: Reflections on the successes and challenge of two major ARC-Funded Programs spanning the natural sciences and humanities
Dist. Prof. Richard (Bert) Roberts
ARC Centre of Excellence for Biodiversity and History (CABAH)
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30 September
Signal and Process: reconstructing language histories in Melanesia
Dr Bethwyn Evans
ARC Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Language (CoEDL)
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12 August
Cooking across time and space: Food and language in the Amazigh/Berber area (Africa)
Prof. Amina Mettouchi
EPHE, PSL & CNRS-LLACAN
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08 July
Words and Genes as Windows on our Past
Prof. Russell Gray
Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History
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27 June
The Dynamics of Language Diversity
Dist. Prof. Nick Evans
ARC Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Language (CoEDL)
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31 May
Genetics and Geography: Using genomic data to infer fine-scale population structure and population history
Assoc. Prof. Stephen Leslie
National Centre for Indigenous Genomics
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29 April
Deep Histories – A trans-disciplinary approach to the past
Assoc. Prof. Chris Ballard
Australian National University
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25 March
What expertise do you need to be an effective transdisciplinarian?
Prof. Gabriele Bammer
Australian National University
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25 February
Interactional Foundation of Language: The Interaction Engine hypothesis
Prof. Stephen Levinson
Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
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