Events: Date from: 05-07-2013
Asia Research Network, Workshop on Research in Contemporary Asia: in the Field and in the Disciplines
Who:Asia Research Network
Venue:Room 119, Goodsell Building, UNSW Kensington
When:12 Sep 2013, 11:30am - 2pm
Revisiting Bennelong Point: Urban Aboriginal Settlements and the Origins of the Aborigines Protection Board
Who:Paul Irish. PhD candidate, UNSW
Venue:History House - 133 Macquarie Street
When:13 Sep 2013, 5pm - 7pm

Australian Studies Research Network - 2013 Seminar Series, Hosted by the University of Newcastle and UNSW

The Necessity and Contingency of Universal History: Deleuze and Guattari contra Hegel
Who:Dr. Craig Lundy, University of Wollongong
Venue:Morven Brown 310
When:17 Sep 2013, 1pm - 2:30pm

Philosophy Seminar

This paper will explore the nature of universal history in the work of Deleuze and Guattari vis-à-vis its most pertinent counterpoint: Hegel’s philosophy of history.

Exporting the Occupation & War Against The People: Israel, the Palestinians and Global Pacification
Who:School of Humanities and Languages
Venue:Mathews Theatre B Mathews Building, UNSW Kensington
When:17 Sep 2013, 6pm - 7:30pm
Irrational Desires: Erotic fantasy and the history of the classical body
Who:Dr Alastair Blanshard, University of Sydney
Venue:Morven Brown Building, Room 310
When:24 Sep 2013, 12:30pm - 1:45pm

HIstory Seminar Series

Nietzsche as Phenomenologist – Reevaluating Consciousness
Who:Professor Christine Daigle, Brock University
Venue:Morven Brown LG28
When:24 Sep 2013, 1pm - 2:30pm

Philosophy Seminar

My paper will show that Nietzsche was a phenomenologist avant la lettre. In his middle period works, Nietzsche explicitly embraces the Enlightenment spirit and aims to shed a critical eye on received metaphysical, moral and religious notions among which that of consciousness.

The Family in Imperial, Colonial & Transnational Histories
Who:Humanities & Languages
Venue:Goodsell Building Room 221-223
When:30 Sep 2013, 3:30pm - 9:15pm

A Symposium Sponsored by the Research Cluster on Imperial, Colonial and Transnational Histories

40 years is nothing: History and memory of the 1973 coups d’etat in Uruguay and Chile
Who:Academics and Young Researchers
Venue:Robert Webster 327 & 335
When:4 Oct 2013, 9am - 6pm

Full Day Seminar

A seminar where academics and young researchers from Australia, Chile, Uruguay, Argentina, Colombia, Brazil and United States of America will present and discuss their latest research regarding the 1973 coup d’états in Uruguay and Chile, and their ramifications today. The seminar will be open to the public and will feature actors of these events as special guests.

Theorising the Colonial City
Who:Dr Katrina Gulliver, UNSW
Venue:Morven Brown Building, Room 309
When:8 Oct 2013, 12:30pm - 1:45pm

History Seminar Series

Sensory Dissonance: The Clash of Cultures in Urban Memories
Who:Professor Paula Hamilton, UTS
Venue:History House, 33 Macquarie Street, Sydney
When:11 Oct 2013, 5pm - 7pm

Australian Studies Research Network, Hosted by the University of Newcastle and UNSW

We understand cities primarily through the visual, seeing them everyday through our mind’s eye, but the city can engage all our senses as an invocation to remembering. This paper draws on people’s sensual memories of their city and suburbs as places of everyday life in order to explore the gentrification and deindustrialisation process from the inside.

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