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Image:Window National Mosque Kampala Flickr CC Philip Songa
17
Jun
2019

Insecurity and the Invisible: Testing the Boundaries of a Concept

Dr Jonathan Fisher, University of Birmingham

The modern study – and practice – of security has been largely concerned with the protection, preservation and sustaining of the temporal, the material and the tangible. Although the longstanding...

Image: Le Salon de la Mappemon Flickr CC
03
Jun
2019

Security Mapping and Colour Encoding: A Critical Cartography of Interventions

Dr Nicolas Lemay-Hébert, ANU

Every international intervention comes with its own security regulations, which contribute in turn to structuring the political geography of the intervention, delimiting areas of interaction...

Dr Hugo Slim- ICRC
20
May
2019

Practising Humanity amid Changing Conflict

Dr Hugo Slim (Head of Policy, ICRC), Prof Toni Erskine (Director, Coral Bell School), A/Prof Bina D'Costa (Coral Bell School), Leonard Blazeby (Head of Mission in Australia, ICRC), Prof Edward Aspinall (Coral Bell School), Dr Cecilia Jacob (Coral Bell School)

**This event is co-hosted with the International Committee of the Red Cross Mission in Australia.

This year marks the 70th anniversary of the Geneva Conventions. The Conventions and their...

Image: Great Wall of China GSMatthews Flickr CC
20
May
2019

China, Development, and Bretton Woods: The Role of Shared Ideas in Order Transition

Dr Amy King, SDSC

Transitions in order are not only products of transitions in power, but also products of transitions in shared ideas. This seminar examines the role of shared ideas through the lens of China’s...

15
May
2019

Cyber security, data protection and privacy: Exploring the intersections between law, technology and policy

Dr Lesley Seebeck, Professor Sally Wheeler OBE, Professor Roderic Broadhurst, Dr Dominique Dalla-Pozza, Dr Adam Henschke, Dr Sarah Logan

As technological capability advances, so too does the threat of cybercrime. Cyber insecurity and data breaches present significant risks to industry, government, national security and the wider...

Image: Siem Reap 2015 Bryon Lippincott Flickr CC
13
May
2019

The Role of the Arts in Cambodia’s Transitional Justice Process: Repairing the Soul of a Nation

Professor Renée Jeffery, Griffith University

At the end of the Khmer Rouge period (1975-1979), less than ten percent of Cambodia’s artists, dancers, musicians, and film makers remained in Cambodia. Marked as ‘undesirables’, members of the...

Image: Sarah Tarno Flickr Creative Commons
15
Apr
2019

Whose Past, Which History? Modern Historiography as a Code

Professor Sanjay Seth

History-writing, this seminar suggests, is not the re-creation of a past that is lying mute, waiting for the historian to give it voice. Historiography is instead a code or genre or technology...

Postgraduate Information Evening
04
Apr
2019

Postgraduate Information Evening

Program convenors, top academics, students and alumni, program coordinators

Acton Theatre, JG Crawford Building, 132 Lennox Crossing

ANU College of Asia and the Pacific is Australia’s leading centre for research and teaching on the world’s most dynamic region....

Image: Jeanne Menjoulet Flickr Creative Commons
15
Mar
2019

Environmental Populism: Could It Save the World?

Professor Mark Beeson

Populism is popular but generally gets a bad press — for good reasons. But could populism actually be a progressive force in domestic and even international politics? Recent movements such as...

12
Mar
2019

The First Political Order - How Sex Shapes Governance and National Security Worldwide

Valerie M Hudson

Global history records an astonishing variety of forms of social organization. Yet almost universally, males subordinate females. How does the relationship between men and women shape the wider...

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