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01
Jul
2022

Works that Shaped the World: Radical Orthodoxy

In 2022, the HRC’s Works that Shaped the World public lecture series focuses on religion. The contemporary theological movement known as Radical Orthodoxy...
06
Jul
2022

Cultural Conversations: July 2022

Museums of the Future? Speakers from the National Museum of Australia and the Australian National University introduce some of the key issues facing national...
08
Jul
2022

Works that Shaped the World: Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker Movement

In 2022, the HRC’s Works that Shaped the World public lecture series focuses on religion. In his 2015 speech for the U.S. Congress, Pope Francis singled out...
21
Jul
2022

Mobilizing Queer Desire and Transnational Quebec in Xavier Dolan’s Film

Associate Professor Loïc Bourdeau (University of Louisiana at Lafayette) presents The HRC/SLLL Lecture in Transnational Cinema Mobilizing Queer Desire and...
31
Aug
2022

Twenty-first century genders and sexualities: Implications for policy, education, representation and health

Professor Rob Cover (RMIT) presents the HRC/Gender Institute Annual Lecture on Gender Twenty-first century genders and sexualities: Implications for policy,...
06
Sep
2022

Injustice, Survival, Memory 2022

The ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences, Humanities Research Centre and School of History presents Injustice, Survival, Memory: Marking 80 years since the...
07
Sep
2022

Cultural Conversations: September 2022

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

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