Past events

18
Dec
2018

Online Advisory Session

Course Advisors and Academic College representatives

Join us online for a Facebook chat with ANU staff representatives regarding your future study options and questions about ANU.

In this Online Advisory session for prospective ANU students...

15
Dec
2018

Melbourne Advisory Day

Course Advisors and Academic College representatives

At the Melbourne Advisory day you will have one-on-one access to advisors, as well as representatives from our academic Colleges. We will be there to answer your questions, no matter how general...

14
Dec
2018

Sydney Advisory Day 2018

Course Advisors and Academic College representatives

At the Sydney Advisory day you will have one-on-one access to advisors, as well as representatives from our academic Colleges. We will be there to answer your questions, no matter how general or...

14
Dec
2018

Canberra Advisory Day 2018

Course Advisors and Academic College representatives

At the Canberra Advisory day you will have one-on-one access to advisors, as well as representatives from our academic Colleges. We will be there to answer your questions, no matter how general or...

20
Nov
2018

Digesting the New Caledonia Referendum Result: Process, Outcome and Implications

Dr Stewart Firth, Denise Fisher, Nic Maclellan and Scott Robertson

With 56.4 per cent of New Caledonians voting to remain a part of France and 43.6 per cent voting for full independence, the long-awaited referendum was much closer than many expected.

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19
Nov
2018

Book Launch: Transforming Hawai’i: Balancing Coercion and Consent in Eighteenth-Century Kanaka Maoli Statecraft by Paul D’Arcy

Dr Stewart Firth, Dr Paul D'Arcy

This study examines the role of coercion in the unification of the Hawaiian Islands by Kamehameha I between 1782 and 1812 at a time of increasing European contact. Three interrelated themes in...

19
Nov
2018

From Silent to Salient: Re-engaging Local Stories of Chuukese Women

Myjolynne Kim

Chuukese history is an area that continues to be underdeveloped, and the limited written history is largely focused on the colonial presence in the islands. This colonial history, however, is...

14
Nov
2018

When Things Get Personal: Politics and Democracy in Small States

Wouter Veenendaal

In this seminar, Wouter Veenendaal will present the main findings of his newly published book Democracy in Small States: Persisting Against All Odds (OUP; co-authored with Prof. Jack Corbett)....

13
Nov
2018

Papua New Guinea and the Belt and Road Initiative: the road to ruins or riches

Sarah O’Dowd

Papua New Guinea (PNG) is the second Pacific nation to join China’s ambitious Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) infrastructure program. Given the concerns sparked by the two countries’ deepening...

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06
Nov
2018

Looking at the Sky, Listening to the Sea: Customary Environmental Knowledge, Climate Change in the Pacific and Connections of Atmosphere, Oceans, Species and People

Chels Marshall

The Pacific Ocean is the largest single geographic feature on our planet. It represents half of the world’s oceanic area, occupies one-third of the earth’s surface and helps support hundreds of...

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