Past events

13
Nov
2018

Frankenstein and the Communication Challenges of Regenerative Medicine

Within and without the medical profession, many believe we are at the eve of a medical breakthrough of tremendous proportions by the advent of regenerative...
09
Nov
2018

Writing as Discovery: Investigating a Hidden Component of Method

One-Day Cross-Disciplinary Symposium   When scientists and scholars compose papers, articles and monographs, is it really only a matter of “writing up” what...
06
Nov
2018

The Good Places of Sleep: Nineteenth-century Sleep Studies in Literature and the Sciences

We seem obsessed by the quality of our sleep in the early twenty-first century, yet the high point of sleep research was the second half of the nineteenth...
02
Nov
2018

Books that Changed Humanity | Gender Trouble: Feminism and the Subversion of Identity

***Tickets for this event have sold out. Registered attendees are asked to bring their Eventbrite ticket with them to ensure they get a seat in the theatre...
30
Oct
2018

The Xenotext

“The Xenotext” is an artistic exercise currently being undertaken by the poet Christian Bök, who proposes to create an example of “living poetry.” Bök plans to...
23
Oct
2018

Reification, Relativity, Redemption: Modernist Fiction and the Imagination of Science in the 1920s

By the 1920s, life in industrialised countries was thoroughly ruled by the clock. Yet new ideas -- Einstein's particularly -- were making time and its...
12
Oct
2018

Conversations Across the Creek | Creators of Culture: Scientists in Australian Fiction

Conversations Across the Creek is an initiative by the Humanities Research Centre (HRC) and the Research School of Chemistry (RSC) to provide a space for...

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