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Launching the National Centre for Aboriginal Language and Music Studies

On Monday 28 November 2017, the National Centre for Aboriginal Language and Music Studies (NCALMS) was officially opened. Guests from all around were welcomed to the Madley Rehearsal Studio at the University of Adelaide’s North Terrace campus.  

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Day 2: 2016 Singapore Study Tour

The daily chronicle of the 2016 POLIS Study Tour to Singapore, “Inside Singapore: History, Politics, Identity”. Day 2 – INTERDEPENDENT INDEPENDENCE In today’s session we discussed how “Historical Memory” (considered yesterday) has shaped the development of Singapore’s Foreign Policy, which is a balance of elements of both realism and liberalism, as seen in their competitive yet […]

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Day 1: 2016 Singapore Study Tour

The daily chronicle of the 2016 POLIS Study Tour to Singapore, “Inside Singapore: History, Politics, Identity”. Day 1 – SINGAPORE STORY We spent the morning in a tutorial-style discussion about the “Historical Memory” of Singapore – mapping out the significant milestones that are said to contribute to the unique identity of this city-state. Of particular interest […]

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Official Launch: National Centre for Aboriginal Language and Music Studies

Today, the University of Adelaide will launch the National Centre for Aboriginal Language and Music Studies (NCALMS) The Director of the Centre, Professor Aaron Corn, says the new centre aims to strengthen Australian Indigenous communities through education, cultural development, and innovative collaborations in language and music. “For Indigenous Australians, there is an inseparable link between […]

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Wednesday 30 November English and Creative Writing Seminar: ‘Randolph Stow’s Adelaide’

Suzanne Falkiner presents, ‘Randolph Stow’s Adelaide’ 6.00 pm Wednesday 30 November State Library of South Australia Hetzel Lecture Theatre, Institute Building, North Terrace ALL WELCOME Randolph Stow was one of the great Australian novelists of his generation. He won the Miles Franklin award in 1958 for his first novel To the Islands, and followed this with […]

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School of Education Gains Accreditation for Five Years

The University of Adelaide’s reputation as a leading teacher education provider has been reinforced by the recent successful five-year accreditation of its teaching degrees. The Teachers Registration Board of South Australia has accredited the University of Adelaide School of Education’s current teacher education programs along with the inaugural Master of Teaching program from January 2017 […]

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Register Your Interest: ‘Shakespeare at the Globe’

A new overseas intensive, Shakespeare at the Globe, is scheduled to run in the mid-semester break in semester 2, 2017. In the course, up to 20 students will attend performances of Shakespeare plays scheduled for production at the Globe theatre in London and at theatres in Stratford-upon-Avon. While on location, students will also undertake a […]

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Second Round Applications for Exchange Semester 2, 2017 Close 30 November 2016

If you’ve ever thought about studying while you travel, now is a great time to consider going on exchange! Applications for exchange in Semester 2, 2017, will be open from Monday 14 November until Wednesday 30 November 2016. Grants worth $2,000 are available to help fund and support your international experience. Find out if you’re […]

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Wednesday 23 Nov: Guitar Duo Lee Song-Ou & Oliver Fartach-Naini

The Elder Conservatorium’s head of classical guitar Oliver Fartach-Naini and South Korean guitarist Lee Song-Ou celebrate their 25th duo anniversary and a new CD with concerts in Elder Hall (23 Nov) and at the Sydney Opera House (27 Nov) this week. Celebrating their 25th duo anniversary and the release of their latest CD ’25’ this […]

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Study? Travel? Why Not Both? Applications Now Open

Applications are currently open for AIM Overseas’ July 2017 intensive short courses overseas. These are academic short courses taught during the winter holidays by some of the world’s leading universities. They are designed to count for credit and meet the requirements for the $6470 OS-HELP loan. These programs make the most of their location, frequently including lots of site visits and […]

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