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Happy World Book Day! Do you know about the Rare Books Collections (pictured) held by ​? Find out how you can access them here:
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Faculty of Arts Apr 19
On May 17, award-winning writer and Bachelor of Arts alumnus Christos Tsiolkas will share insights and thoughts about Nobel Prize winner, Patrick White as part of the Writers on Writers Series. Book now to avoid disappointment:
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Uni Melb Archives Apr 22
We might not be dancing, but we think you'll still love the behind-the-scenes tour of the repository we made with our colleagues from Video and Media Productions. Check it out here:
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Faculty of Arts 22h
Happy World Book Day! Do you know about the Rare Books Collections (pictured) held by ​? Find out how you can access them here:
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The Citizen Apr 20
Percy Grainger, acclaimed classical composer and enthusiastic sadomasochist, is less known for his pioneering experimental electronic music. A new exhibition - and - tell the story
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Faculty of Arts Apr 18
How can we build democratic participation in a connected but disillusioned world? Find out at this lecture feat. authors and in discussion with . Thursday 7.15pm May 3. Register:
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History Council Vic Apr 22
Here's a photo from last week's Kathleen Fitzpatrick Lecture in the series: L-R (Chair of HCV), (who lectured on "Big History & Truth: Truth-seeking as Mapping") and Assoc Prof Kate McGregor (Head of History ). Thanks to all!
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Mark Edele Apr 20
David Christian explaining the main ideas to of his new book on of as part of at Melbourne Eurasianist Seminar Series (MESS)
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University of Melbourne Apr 18
We cannot rely morally on 'deterrence' to justify our harsh refugee policies, says Prof Tony Coady
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Faculty of Arts Apr 19
On May 17, award-winning writer and Bachelor of Arts alumnus Christos Tsiolkas will share insights and thoughts about Nobel Prize winner, Patrick White as part of the Writers on Writers Series. Book now to avoid disappointment:
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History from the Centre Square Apr 19
round 5 is up! we're talking , , Nicky Winmar, , Joe Johnson, and fights on field & between barrackers at an 1881 game between Bendigo and Sandhurst
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Faculty of Arts Apr 19
Congratulations to Michael Belgrave from Massey University for being awarded the 2018 Ernest Scott Prize for Dancing with the King! The work based upon original research, was deemed to be the most distinguished contribution to AUS/NZ history 👏👏👏
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University of Melbourne Apr 18
Are you ready for Melbourne Knowledge Week 2018? Don't miss out on 7 days of interactive events, workshops, food, and performances. Book now:
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Faculty of Arts Apr 18
How can we build democratic participation in a connected but disillusioned world? Find out at this lecture feat. authors and in discussion with . Thursday 7.15pm May 3. Register:
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Faculty of Arts Apr 18
This weekend, bring along your family's war relics for inspection by resident experts at 's Grimwade Centre at the War Heritage Roadshow. Free at the Melbourne Museum, but bookings are essential. Visitors welcome too:
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Jonathan Green Apr 17
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Nicholas Reece Apr 16
How do you spread ideas, transform an organisation, or start a movement? This fascinating free public lecture on can explain how. With Thursday 3 May, 7:15pm, Register:
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University of Melbourne Apr 16
In this episode of the Masterclass Podcast, chats to BBC's about sound and silence, and the way that audio journalists use them as emphasis and illustration:
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Jordy Silverstein Apr 10
had fun earlier today talking with about 's new 'Race Issue' and the way learning new histories, and rethinking old stories, can challenge our thinking. From about 6 mins in on the podcast...
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Faculty of Arts Apr 13
Master of Development Studies graduate ambassador Cathy travelled to Papua New Guinea for fieldwork on her minor thesis. Read more about her experience and her top tips for undertaking research!
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