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UNSW wakes Finn again Article - Posted on 10 June 2011

Seumas Phelan writes about the book that launched a thousand and more PhDs.

Meeting of literary minds Article - Posted on 16 May 2011

Pornography, anthropology, the future of journalism and James Joyce are just some of the topics to be discussed by UNSW academics at the Sydney Writers Festival this week.

Craig Lundy's "Deleuze, History and Becoming" wins the Faculty Doctoral Thesis Prize Article - Posted on 13 April 2011

Dr Craig Lundy has won the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Doctoral Thesis Prize for his thesis "Deluze, history and becoming."

FASS partners with 2011 Sydney Writers' Festival Article - Posted on 13 April 2011

UNSW Arts and Social Sciences is delighted to be the university partner of the 2011 Sydney Writers Festival for a second year.

Managing Historical Documents short course 2011 Article - Posted on 1 April 2011

This course provides an opportunity for you to learn the theoretical and practical aspects of preserving and organizing archives and historical documents, whether they be family papers and manuscripts or the archives of public or private corporations, organizations, associations and societies. The course curriculum has relevance to custodians of archives and historical manuscripts of public as well as private organizations, and is of particular relevance to local studies librarians, museum and historical society curators whose custodial responsibilities also include local government archives and private or personal papers.

PhD Candidate wins the Paul Varley Award for "Best Student Paper" Article - Posted on 23 March 2011

Luke Sharp, PhD candidate in Japanese Studies, won the Paul Varley Award for "Best Student Paper" at the annual Japanese Studies Association conference in January 2011. The Paul Varley Award is an annual award and is open to all postgraduate students presenting papers at the conference.

European Studies Essay Prize winner for 2010 Article - Posted on 10 March 2011

Isabel Grelak, who specialises in European Studies within her combined International Studies/Law degree, has won the prize for best undergraduate essay in the national essay competition run by the Contemporary European Studies Association of Australia.Her essay, entitled "Mastering the unmasterable? Vergangenheitsbewaeltigung of Germany National Socialist past", was written for the course ARTS6710 Confronting the Past in Postwar Europe (course convenor: Dr Andrew Beattie).