Event details

Date: Friday 4 November 2022

Research Seminar 
Time: 1.30–3pm
Venue: Room E-302, Forgan Smith Building (#1), UQ St Lucia (view map

HDR Poster Competition and Afternoon Tea
Time: 3–4.30pm (prize-winners announced at 4.10pm)
Venue: Corridor, Level 3, Forgan Smith Building (#1), UQ St Lucia (view map

End of Semester Drinks
Time: 4.30pm onwards
Venue: Saint Lucy Caffe e Cucina (#29), UQ St Lucia (view map)

RSVP: Please register by Monday 31 October.

Research Seminar

Alastair Blanshard
Professor Alastair Blanshard.

Title: ‘Bodies’

Chair: Professor Alastair Blanshard (Paul Eliadis Chair of Classics and Ancient History)

The School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry uses its School Research Seminars to showcase the work of researchers from across our disciplines, all addressing a common theme. For semester two the theme is “Bodies”. Please join us and enjoy the work of four of our early career researchers as they showcase their diverse research and illustrate the different ways in which bodies can be understood, managed and experienced.


'The View from Somewhere: Embodied Agents and the Quantum Perspective'

Presented by Dr Pete Evans, Lecturer, UQ


'Embodiment, Islam and South East Queensland'

Presented by Zerrin Afza, HDR Student, UQ


'Embodying Colonial Spirits'

Presented by Dr Max Brierty, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, UQ School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry


'Between Death and Commemoration: Towards an Australian History of the War Corpse'

Presented by Dr Kate Ariotti, ARC DECRA Senior Research Fellow, UQ



Forgan Smith Building (#1), UQ St Lucia