Upcoming events

04
Oct
2022

ANU Sculpture Walk - Guided Tour October

Join us for a guided walking tour of the ANU Sculpture Walk.  The tour is led by HRC’s Emeritus Professor David Williams, whose esteemed career included,...
04
Oct
2022

‘Writing Home about Mother’: Dominion Soldiers in the United Kingdom, 1914-1919

‘Writing Home about Mother’: Dominion Soldiers in the United Kingdom, 1914-1919 The unprecedented number of dominion soldiers who found themselves in Europe,...
07
Oct
2022

Works that Shaped the World: The Exorcist

In 2022, the HRC’s Works that Shaped the World public lecture series focuses on religion. When William Peter Blatty’s The Exorcist appeared in 1971 it proved...
11
Oct
2022

COVID-19, Mobility and Identity

Work in Progress Seminar – COVID-19, Mobility and Identity This seminar explores some of the ways in which the mobility restrictions as a population health...
20
Oct
2022

Conversations Across the Creek: Visualising research

Conversations Across the Creek has been running for several years to provide a space for continuing dialogue among ANU scientists, social scientists, and...
02
Nov
2022

Cultural Conversations: November 2022

Presented in partnership between the Australian Museums and Galleries Association (AMaGA) ACT and the Humanities Research Centre (HRC) at the Australian...
04
Nov
2022

Works that Shaped the World: The Conference of the Birds

In 2022, the HRC’s Works that Shaped the World public lecture series focuses on religion. ‘Aṭṭar’s 12th century Persian epic of the birds, best known as “the...

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