Upcoming FHRC events

Off Centre, North and South: A Symposium on Scotland and Sicily, 18-19 March 2011.

A New Italian Political Cinema?/Contemporary Italy on Screen, 29-30 April 2011.

Ninth International Conference on Greek Research, 30 June - 3 July 2011.

Console-ing Passions (20th International Conference on Feminist Research in Screen Studies), 21-23 July 2011.

Australian Consortium of Humanities Research Centres, 25-26 July 2011. More information coming soon.

A Sense for Humanity: The Ethical Thought of Raimond Gaita, 18-19 August 2011.

For details of past events, please visit the FHRC archive.



Semester 2, 2010:

5 August
Steve Brown, Chris Fanning, Jane James, Sean Kim (Tourism): survey of current research in Flinders Tourism
12 August
Gillian Dooley, "'You are my Australia': Brian Medlin's contribution to Iris Murdoch's concept of Australia in The Green Knight".
19 August
Craig Taylor, "Moral particularity and the nature of moral thought and judgement".
26 August
Nick Prescott, "Paranoia’s Power: Fear and Terror in Pynchon’s Gravity’s Rainbow".
2 September
Christie Carson, "Mark Rylance, Henry V and 'original practices' at Shakespeare's Globe".
9 September
Kate Douglas (chair), "Research-led teaching and Teaching-led Research: a Discussion"
14 October
Alice Gorman, "Space Archaeology"
21 October
Jonathan Bollen, "Others from elsewhere: cosmopolitan entertainment in Hong Kong, Manilla and Singapore in the 1950s and 1960s".
28 October
Mike Adamson, "Transhumanism: An Inevitability of Human Progress?".
1 December
Guest Speaker: Professor Judith Lütge Coullie (University of KwaZulu-Natal), "Making memory work in post-apartheid South Africa: The ethics of memory and the memory box project in KwaZulu-Natal".

For details of past seminar series, please visit the FHRC archive.