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Arts & Social Sciences moves up the ranks in ERA 2018 report Article - Posted on 28 March 2019

Arts & Social Sciences received outstanding results in the 2018 Excellence in Research for Australia report.

Meet Professor Grace Karskens Article - Posted on 27 March 2019

Grace Karskens is Professor of History in the School of Humanities and Languages, her research areas include Australian colonial history, urban history, cross-cultural history and environmental history. 

Cooking for Assimilation - radio broadcast by Ruth Balint Article - Posted on 26 March 2019

Written and produced by Ruth Balint, Cooking for Assimilation, will be broadcast on Tuesday, 26 March, 11 am on ABC Radio National, in the History Listen time slot. It will be repeated on Saturday, 30 March at 5:30 pm and available as a podcast. To listen, please follow this link.

Two new postdocs join History and Area Studies: Article - Posted on 26 February 2019

In August 2018, Dr Emily Kern (PhD Princeton) and Dr Adam Bobbette (PhD Cambridge) joined the New Earth Histories Research Program.

The value of studying history Article - Posted on 24 January 2019

Meet Professor Alison Bashford, Research Professor in History and Director of the New Earth Histories Research Program.

New Head of School to promote critical role of the humanities Article - Posted on 20 November 2018

UNSW’s Arts & Social Sciences Head of Humanities and Languages, Timothy O’Leary, spent 17 years at the University of Hong Kong

Vulnerability debate at Festival of Dangerous Ideas challenges us to recognise our limitations Article - Posted on 8 November 2018

UNSW’s Arts & Social Sciences Dean, Susan Dodds, helped the audience consider how communities can better support more vulnerable groups.

New Books in Philosophy Article - Posted on 4 October 2018

Recent and forthcoming books in philosophy

UNSW student wins trip to Japan at state Japanese speaking contest Article - Posted on 12 September 2018

UNSW students compete in this year's 49th NSW Japanese speaking contest.