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Call for papers: The Idea of Home symposium Article - Posted on 24 March 2010

The Idea of Home Call for Papers

AAP Conference Early bird registrations and submission of papers now open! Article - Posted on 15 March 2010

Early bird registrations and submission of papers now open!

Aurora Native Title Internship Program Article - Posted on 4 March 2010

The Program introduces students of anthropology and some other social sciences (archaeology, cultural heritage, environmental management, history, human geography and sociology) to career opportunities in native title, policy, social justice and Indigenous affairs. The Program aims to provide assistance to the anthropology and research staff of under-resourced and over-worked Native Title Representative Bodies (NTRBs) and Native Title Service Providers (NTSPs) as well as to various other organisations working in these areas including Indigenous corporations, government bodies, community groups, not-for-profit, policy organisations and others.

The 2010 Little Red Booklet for undergraduate History students is now available Article - Posted on 1 March 2010

The Little Red Booklet for 2010 is now available online. The Little Red Booklet provides comprehensive information on researching, writing and studying for history undergraduates, and information about School and University policies for history undergraduates, and useful sources of help.

The real Australian story Article - Posted on 23 February 2010

Historians, policy makers and people institutionalised as children in Australia have called for a rewriting of history at a special event at UNSW.

Still looking for a General Education course? ARTS1300 has a space for you. Article - Posted on 16 February 2010

General Education spaces are still available in the six unit of credit subject ARTS1300: Understanding Science, Technology and Society.

An ethical choice Article - Posted on 14 December 2009

The researcher behind the ethics course being introduced into some NSW primary schools, Associate Professor Philip Cam, will spend the summer finalising the questions behind the course.

Rosalyn Diprose wins a UNSW Vice-Chancellor's Teaching Award Article - Posted on 10 December 2009

Rosalyn Diprose has won a UNSW Vice-Chancellor's Teaching Award for Postgraduate Research Supervision.