CANCELLED Friday Seminar Series: Duncan Grey (UQ) (MPhil Mid-Candidature Review)

20 March 2020 4:00pm5:00pm
From Murdering Emperors to Saving the State: Varying Depictions of the Roman Army in the 'Historia Augusta’


18 March 2020 7:30pm8:30pm

DR Con Castan Memorial Lecture
Presented by Dr Amelia R. Brown
Senior Lecturer in Greek History & Language, Classics & Ancient History, School of Historical & Philosophical Inquiry, University of Qld
Admission Fee: Members $3.00 and Non Members $6.00, all visitors welcome.
Admission Fee includes a light supper at conclusion of the meeting.

QFAAIA Sunday Series A/Prof. Tom Stevenson (UQ)

15 March 2020 11:30am1:00pm
'The Ides of March: Romans and Greeks’

Friday Seminar POSTPONED: David Evans (PhD candidate, MacquarieU)

13 March 2020 4:00pm5:00pm
This event has been cancelled and will be rescheduled to Friday 8 May 2020 - The seminar listing will be updated later today.

David Evans (PhD candidate, Macquarie University), ‘Citizenship and Philanthropy in Athenagoras’ Legatio’

From Düsseldorf to Stalingrad: German private business, the NSDAP regime and the Drang nach Osten

13 March 2020 3:00pm3:30pm
This is an HDR milestone presentation. All are welcome.
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Learning from the Other: Levinas on Ethics, Discourse and Language

13 March 2020 3:00pm4:30pm
This talk explores the role of language and discourse in Levinas’s ethical theory, arguing that ethical relations depend not so much on linguistic capacities, as our ability to learn deeply and authentically from the other.

Public Deliberation and the Intellectual Dark Web - A Socio-epistemic Investigation

13 March 2020 1:30pm2:00pm
This is an HDR milestone presentation. All are welcome.
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Irishness on Parade: St Patrick’s Day in Brisbane 1885-2019

11 March 2020 12:30pm1:30pm
This presentation surveys St Patrick’s Day parades in Brisbane from their origin in 1885 to 2019. Some attention will be paid to fluctuations in the relative importance attached to events in Ireland and Australia. The processions show how Irishness was portrayed and changed over time. They responded to changing national and international contexts. St Patrick’s Day marchers, floats and symbols reflected the changing priorities of participants over the decades.
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I am not your Negro

11 March 2020 12:00pm1:30pm
Movie Screening: I am not your Negro - Samuel L. Jackson 2016

Friends of Antiquity Sunday Series Dr. Duncan Keenan-Jones (UQ)

1 March 2020 2:00pm5:00pm
‘Hero of Alexandria’ (50 + 15 mins)
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Autonomy and Choices

19 February 2020 2:00pm2:30pm
This is an HDR milestone presentation. All are welcome.

Kas nende kodu on ka Eestimaa [Is Estonia also their home]? The Russian Minority in Estonia

2 December 2019 2:00pm2:30pm

This is an HDR milestone presentation. All are welcome.
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Analogy and Reflective Reasoning

29 November 2019 1:00pm1:30pm
This is an HDR milestone presentation. All are welcome.
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Descent of Morality: Charles Darwin and the Making of a Moral Sensation

26 November 2019 10:00am10:30am
This is an HDR milestone presentation. All are welcome.

ASEMP 2019 - Transformations in Early Modern Philosophy

25 November 2019 4:00pm5:30pm
The University of Queensland is delighted to host the second Australasian Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy (ASEMP), in Brisbane, Australia, from November 25th to 27th, 2019.

Self-representation, national heritage, and identity in the Hungarian diaspora - the case of Szekler Gate Down Under

25 November 2019 2:00pm2:30pm
This is an HDR milestone presentation. All are welcome.
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Rereading Scripture and Healing Trauma

22 November 2019 3:00pm4:00pm
Cecily Jensen-Clayton
This presentation puts forward the potential of scripture in tracing two ways the same biblical narrative shaped a woman’s experiences during her life. The presentation describes the initial reading as shaping her experience of oppression as a young woman, while describing later in her life a re-reading of the same biblical narrative enacted the healing of her trauma that came from the initial surface reading.