Faculty of Arts
Wednesday, April 22, 2015. Associate Professor Tess Lea. This talk pulls together the threads of Tess Lea's ethnographic project 'Can there be good policy? Tracing the paths between policy intent, evidence and practical benefit in regional and remote Australia'. More information...
Thursday, April 23, 2015. Various presenters. Public panel discussion about the role religion plays in war-torn contexts. Does religion itself make a difference and, if so, what? More information...
Thursday, April 30, 2015. Professor Chris Greer. This seminar will consider ongoing research on historical institutional child sex abuse (ICSA) scandals. More information... (Image CC 2.0 The Conversation © PA)
Wednesday, May 20, 2015. Professor Roland Bleiker. How do mages shape attitudes towards victims of humanitarian crises? More information...
29 Nov-20 Dec 2015. The School of Social and Political Sciences, Cult-Comm, SHAPS and SOLL at The University of Melbourne offer an overseas intensive in Florence. More information...
Can there be good policy in regional and remote Australia?
Religion in the warzone: Driver of conflict, force of peace?
Researching Historical Institutional Child Sex Abuse Scandals
How images shape attitudes towards victims of humanitarian crises
Arts in Florence intensive 2015
The United Nations and the Elusive Quest for Peace
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