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 August 2016
Tuesday 02
18:30 - EVENT - Reading and Interpreting Brecht : Q&A with Dr Wang Xiaoying, Director of Black Swan Theatre's 'The Caucasian Chalk Circle' Website | More Information
The UWA Cultural Precinct, the UWA Institute of Advanced Studies and the Black Swan State Theatre Company are pleased to host a special Q&A event as part of The Caucasian Chalk Circle season presented by Black Swan State Theatre Company, in collaboration with the National Theatre of China.
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Wednesday 03
18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - The German army in World War II: Its moral and military failure Website | More Information
A public lecture by Ben H. Shepherd, 2016 Fred Alexander Fellow and reader in History at Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland.

The German army is widely regarded as having been the most skilled and effective land-based fighting force of World War II, but also one whose reputation is (...)
Thursday 18
18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - SELF MADE CITY: New Urban Development Strategies and Housing Typologies Website | More Information
The Annual Dean’s Lecture, (Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts) by Kristien Ring, architect, curator and author.

With more and more people moving to urban centres worldwide, new solutions for growth are needed: strategies for densification that actually improve and bring (...)
Monday 22
18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Sleep Deprivation and its Health Consequences Website | More Information
In this public lecture, sleep physician and researcher Matthew Naughton will highlight the importance of quality sleep and the health consequences of sleep deprivation.

Sleep is a crucial ingredient for a healthy life, in addition to a sensible diet and regular activity. In this current (...)
Tuesday 23
18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - The Use of the Term "Freedom" in Diplomatic Discourse of the Renaissance Dubrovnik : Part of the 'What's new in the Medieval?' lecture series Website | More Information
A public lecture by Valentina Zovko, Australian Government Endeavour Fellow, based at the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions, UWA.

This lecture analyses the appearance and usage of the term "freedom" in speeches given by the Dubrovnik's Renaissance ambassadors (...)

 September 2016
Monday 05
9:00 - EVENT - Research Week : 5 - 9 September 2016 Website | More Information
Visit UWA from 5 – 9 September for UWA Research Week and imagine what is possible when we showcase UWA research and its impact on local and global communities.

With over 50 events it is a great opportunity for people to come and see the sorts of problems we are working on, the (...)
Wednesday 14
18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Water for Western Australia's Future : 2016 ATSE Eminent Speaker Series Website | More Information
A public lecture by Sue Murphy, CEO, Water Corporation of Western Australia and the 2016 ATSE Eminent Speaker.

Southwest WA has been hit by climate change harder and faster than nearly anywhere else on the planet.

Since the 1970's, Perth's rainfall has reduced such that last (...)

 October 2016
Tuesday 11
18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Histories of Gender, Families and Children: what do we still want to know? Website | More Information
A public lecture by Stephanie Tarbin, School of Humanities and ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions, UWA.

The lives of medieval people are far in the past and were often unrecorded. Nonetheless, in recent decades, gender and social historians have made enormous (...)


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