Category Archive: Events

Southern Oceanic Topologies and Genealogies

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Southern Oceanic Topologies and Genealogies: Genetic Explorations of the Pacific and Australasia An international workshop at the University of Sydney, 12-14 December 2016 Conveners: Warwick Anderson (Sydney), Emma Kowal (Deakin), Joanna Radin (Yale)… Continue reading

Mapping Connections

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Sarah Walsh will be convening a seminar with Dr Fernanda Peñaloza of the Spanish and Latin American Studies Department on 16-17 July 2015. Mapping Connections: Australia and Latin America will investigate affinities, connections, and tensions in… Continue reading

Book Launches at A Southern War Symposium

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By Christine Winter. There were two book launches during the symposium that added to the spirit of intellectual rigor and scholarly generosity, exploring the histories and legacies of WWI and the Pacific. Frank Bongiorno… Continue reading

ICRC Behind Bars

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Christine Winter will be presenting at a special event in Canberra on 11 December 2014: ICRC Behind Bars: 100 years of humanitarian action in detention. She will speak on ‘Reflecting on impartial humanitarianism in… Continue reading

Last week’s fan…

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Last week’s fantastic ‘Topologies of Immunity’ workshop at the University of Exeter began with a keynote from Warwick Anderson (whose new 2014 paper is here, and absolutely worth a read for anybody interested… Continue reading

Remembering World War One in the Pacific

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Christine Winter will shortly participate in a Sydney Ideas forum exploring the memorialisation of the war in the Pacific: REMEMBERING WORLD WAR ONE IN THE PACIFIC Overshadowed substantially by the western front, the Pacific theatre… Continue reading