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NEWS: The School of Education and Pulteney Grammar School partner up to establish a teacher-focused research hub

The School of Education: supporting Research Initiatives in Schools The University of Adelaide and Pulteney Grammar School have a long history of association, back to the establishment of our respective institutions in the mid-1800s.  This association has undergone a revival, for much the same reasons as the rationale behind our beginnings:  to provide for the […]

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PUBLIC LECTURE: Transforming a Broken Refugee System

The Hugo Centre for Migration and Population Research presents this year’s Hugo Lecture speaker, Professor Alexander Betts from the Refugee Studies Centre, University of Oxford. Betts is author of numerous academic books and articles on asylum, migration and humanitarianism. He has advised international organizations and governments around the world, and his work has featured in leading […]

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PhD student Kelly McKinley wins Research Award to investigate public attitudes on GM foods

Congratulations to PhD student Kelly McKinley, Dept. of History, School of Humanities, who is the joint winner of the Australian Academy of Science 2018 Moran Research Award for the History of Science Research, for her research investigating the history of activism and public attitudes in Australia towards genetic modification science in agriculture and food production.

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Arts in Connected Places and Smart Wayfinding Research

Congratulations to Mary Griffiths who has been successful in being allocated funding from the Australian Smart Cities Consortium (ASCC) to conduct a research project on Connected Places and Smart Wayfinding for the Port Adelaide Centre. The ASCC is a University of Adelaide initiative that aims to work with partners on city-scale solutions to complex challenges […]

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Raining Poetry in Adelaide

Two PhD students at the University of Adelaide, Camille Roulière and Marianne Braux, have organised an exciting street art/poetry event with the support of the J.M. Coetzee Centre for Creative Practice at the University of Adelaide. Featuring a selection of poems from local Adelaide poets (including Jill Jones, Jennifer Liston, Alison Bennett, Banjo James and […]

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Book Available Now: Julien Duvivier By Ben McCann

Julien Duvivier is the first ever English-language study of the French director Julien Duvivier (1896-1967), once considered one of the world’s great filmmakers. It provides new contextual and analytical readings of his films that identify his key themes and techniques, trace patterns of continuity and change, and explore critical assessments of his work over time. […]

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Applications Extended: 2017 Graeme Hugo Memorial Scholarship

Professor Graeme Hugo AO was an Australian demographer, academic and geographer. He served as the Director of the Hugo Centre for Migration and Population Research at the University of Adelaide. He passed away on 20 January 2015. This Scholarship offers a wonderful internship opportunity working in the Higher Education team with the Department of State Development based in the […]

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2017 Barr Smith Library Fellow – Dana Rehn

The Barr Smith Library and the Cowan Grant are pleased to announce that PhD Art History candidate Dana Rehn is the successful applicant for the 2017 Bill Cowan Barr Smith Library Fellowship from a strong field of candidates. For Dana’s application, she demonstrated how invaluable the Barr Smith Library collection is to her research. Dana’s thesis […]

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Book available now: The Peripatetics

About the Book The Peripatetics is the first book in English to provide a survey of this important philosophical tradition. It explores the development of Aristotle’s school (the Peripatos) from his immediate successors Theophrastus and Strato (4th-3rd c. BCE) to the work of the commentator Alexander of Aphrodisias (2nd c. AD). The book examines whether […]

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Book Available Now: Schooling and Education in Lebanon

Syrian and Syrian Palestinian Refugees Inside and Outside the Camps This book provides insights into the education and schooling of Syrian and Palestinian Syrian children inside and outside Lebanese refugee camps. It describes what is happening to these children and young refugees in terms of their schooling. Investigating the perspectives of children, their parents, teachers, […]

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