Monthly Archives: September 2015
Pianist, writer and JMCCCP member Dr Anna Goldsworthy presided over her final Port Fairy Spring Music festival as artistic director this month. With sold out sessions and a wide array of musical performances, this was the most well-attended iteration of this popular classical musical festival yet. Set in the idyllic surrounds of Port Fairy, the […]
The last day to withdraw from courses without failure (WNF) for semester two is Friday 18 September 2015. If you withdraw from a course by this date, the course will appear on your transcript with ‘WNF’, indicating that you withdrew without failing. Before withdrawing, you may want to contact the Faculty of Arts Study Skills Support team […]
The Faculty of Arts at the University of Adelaide welcomes applications for a higher degree (PhD) scholarships in conjunction with several research projects as follows: History of colonial violence in the 19th century Anglo Pacific Rim: This PhD project will focus broadly on the history of colonial violence in the nineteenth century Anglo Pacific Rim […]
23rd September 2015: 8.50am – 5.00pm, Napier 209 1. Praxis & Audiences. 9.00-10.30 2. Sensors & Networks: Research & Implementation Issues. 11.00-12.30 3. Text & Representational Practices. 2.00-3.30 4. Media and Design in China. 4.00-5.00 Learn more.
The Australian Research Council recently awarded funding for the project Cycle Aware: Driving with Bikes. This national project investigates whether and how new drivers learn to engage with cyclists through the driver licence attainment process. Findings from the research will be used in developing education and training materials to assist drivers to interact safely with cyclists. The project […]
Award-winning South Australian author Dr Cath Kenneally has been announced the inaugural Copyright Agency Limited (CAL) J.M. Coetzee Writing Fellow. The fellowship – the first of three $30,000 fellowships funded by the Copyright Agency Limited Cultural Fund – will see Dr Kenneally become a writer-in-residence for six months at the JMCCCP. Dr Kenneally will work […]
This inaugural forum, hosted by the Faculty of Arts in partnership with Wirltu Yarlu, explores opportunities for conducting research and creative practice with Aboriginal people and communities. The forum showcases current projects being conducted in the Faculty and considers future opportunities for research collaborations. Representatives from Wirltu Yarlu inform discussions on ethical issues and considerations […]
Congratulations to the following staff who have received Faculty of Arts Excellence in Teaching Awards in 2015: Dr Natalie Edwards, Department of French Studies, School of Humanities, for development of curricular and resources that reflect a command of the field; and for approaches to the support of learning and teaching that influence, motivate and inspire […]
Thursday 17 September 2015 at 7pm Professor Paul Halliday, Department of History and Law, University of Virginia Presented by the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions, Europe 1100-1800, together with the Adelaide Law School.