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News and events

RESEARCH SEMINARS Semester 1, 2018

DateTimeSpeakerTopicVenue

13 March

12:00 - 1:30 pmAlan Lester (University of Sussex)

Snapshots of Empire: Governing Everywhere and All at Once

AHH Building - Recreation Room S2.6 Level 3

14 March 1:00 - 3:00 pmMiljenko Antić, (University of Zagreb)

‘'Democratic war': Democratic peace theory and the War in the former Yugoslavia.

Level 5 Boardroom South Wing AHH Building

20 March 10:00 - 12.30 pmModern History, Politics & Interntional Relations DepartmentMHPIR Prize Giving Ceremony

AHH Building - Recreation Room S2.6 Level 3

27 March 12:00 - 1:30 pmAlison Holland (Modern History, Macquarie)

‘Does the British Flag Mean Nothing to Us’? British Democratic Traditions and Aboriginal Rights Claims in Interwar Australia.

AHH Building - Recreation Room S2.6 Level 3

10 April 12:00 - 1:30 pmSung Young Kim (Politics, Macquarie)Smart Grids and the Developmental Logic of Liberalisation in East Asia’s Electricity Markets

AHH Building - Recreation Room S2.6 Level 3

8 May 12:00 - 1:30 pmDavid Baker (Modern History, Macquarie)

A Strange Genre: the framework and methodology of Big History within the wider historical field

AHH Building - Recreation Room S2.6 Level 3

15 May 12:00 - 1:30 pmLavina Lee, (Politics, Macquarie)

The Denuclearisation of North Korea: a lost cause?

AHH Building - Recreation Room S2.6 Level 3

22 May 12:00 - 1:30 pmAdalia Draghici (Modern History PhD Candidate, Macquarie)

Masters of (remote) War: virtual military landscapes and the shaping of American cultural experiences of warfare

AHH Building - Recreation Room S2.6 Level 3

29 May

12:00 - 1:30 pmMarc Stears (Politics, Macquarie)JOINT MHPIR seminar
Socialism and the Everyday: Ideological Lessons from Dylan Thomas and others

AHH Building - Recreation Room S2.6 Level 3

5 June 1:00 - 2:30 pmCameron Logan (School of Architecture, Design and Planning, University of Sydney)Making Macquarie: Civic Form and the (Late) Modern Campus in Australia

AHH Building - Recreation Room S2.6 Level 3

RESEARCH SEMINARS Semester 2, 2018

DateTimeSpeakerTopicVenue
14 August12:00 - 2:00 pmProf. John A. Matthews (Macquarie Graduate School of Management)Global Green Shift? The Geo-Political Drivers and Limits of China's Grand Energy Security Strategy

AHH Building - Recreation Room S2.6 Level 3

21 August12:00 - 2:00 pmProfessor Alison Bashford (University of NSW)The Huxley Family and the Family of Man

AHH Building - Recreation Room S2.6 Level 3

28 August12:00 - 2:00 pmProf. Wayne Cristaudo (Charles Darwin University)Baudelaire Contra Benjamin

AHH Building - Recreation Room S2.6 Level 3

4 September1:30 - 3:00 pmProfessor Sean Brawley (Macquarie University)Lost in transliteration: Seeking the remnants of Australian occupied Hiroshima

AHH Building - Boarding Room S2.6 Level 5

6 September1:00 - 5:30 pmCo-hosted by the Centre for Media History & the Centre for Applied History, Macquarie UniversityTruth, Memory and the Media: A History Week Symposium

State Library of NSW

Please contact justine.lloyd@mq.edu.au for details

9 October12:00 - 2:00 pmDr. Glenn Kefford (Politics and International Relations, Macquarie)How populist are the people? Populist and Populist Radical Right Attitudes in the US, UK and AustraliaRoom 01.200 Lecture Theatre, AHH Building
16 October12:00 - 1:30 pmJarrod Hore (Modern History, Macquarie) and Cameron Smith (Politics and International Relations, Macquarie)ECR Joint Seminar: Nativist nation: Race, nature and settler colonialism in Australia, 1860-1910

AHH Building - Recreation Room S2.6 Level 3

23 October12:00 - 2:00 pmProfessor Linda Weiss (University of Sydney)U.S. State Power Paradox: External Reach, Domestic Limits

AHH Building - Seminar Room S2.6 Level 5

30 October2:00 - 1:30 pmProfessor David Christian (Modern History, Macquarie)Prohibition in Russia During WWI

AHH Building - Recreation Room S2.6 Level 3

RESEARCH SEMINARS Semester 1, 2019

Date

Time

Speaker

Topic

Venue

12 March

12.00 – 1.30pm

Professor Patricia Plummer(University of Duisburg-Essen)

Gender, Art and Theosophy in Sydney: Researching the Life of Louisa Haynes le Freimann (1863-1956)

AHH Building- Recreation Room

S2.6 Level 3

19 March

12.00 – 1.30pm

Dr Randa Abdel Fattah (Macquarie)

Trust relations, Political Consciousness and fear among ‘Generation 9/11’

AHH Building- Recreation Room

S2.6 Level 3

9 April

12.00 – 1.30pm

Professor Matt Qvortrup (Coventry University)

The Spectre of Sovereignty: Referendums on Independence from Bonaparte to Brexit

AHH Building- Recreation Room

S2.6 Level 3

30 April

12.00 – 1.30 pm

Sophie Robinson(UNSW / MQ)

Eggs, O’Wheels, Hexagons: Australian lesbian feminist communities, 1970s-1980s

AHH Building- Recreation Room

S2.6 Level 3

14 May

12.00 – 1.30 pm

Dr Jess Whyte (UNSW)

The Morals of the Market: Human Rights and Neoliberalism.

AHH Building- Recreation Room

S2.6 Level 3

21 May

12.00 – 1.30 pm

Dr Joseph Voros(Swinburne University)

Big History Futures: Prospecting Global Futures through a Big History Lens

AHH Building- Recreation Room

S2.6 Level 3

28 May

12.00- 1.30 pm

Professor Dan Druckman(Macquarie)

TBD

AHH Building- Recreation Room

S2.6 Level 3

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