The last day to withdraw without failure from a semester 2 course is Friday 19 September 2014. If you intend to withdraw, you should do so online via Access Adelaide on or before 19 September to receive a withdraw without fail (WNF) grade which will not affect your grade point average (GPA).  You will still have […]

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The ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions is hosting a free public lecture on Friday, titled ‘Anti-Semitic Conspiracy Theories and the Politics of Fear in the Early Modern Iberian World’. The lecture will be delivered by Dr Francois Soyer, a postdoctoral research fellow at The University of Adelaide who focuses on the […]

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Paul Kelly reading his oration to the graduates

The Faculty of HUMSS was delighted to recognise Australian music legend Paul Kelly with an honorary doctorate at our graduation ceremony, on Tuesday 16 September 2014. Paul Kelly was awarded a Doctor of Arts (honoris causa) in acknowledgement of his “exceptionally distinguished service to society”, recognising his contribution to Australian music and creative writing, community […]

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Walter Marsh receiving his prize from the History Council of SA

Congratulations to former student Walter Marsh, who won the Wakefield Companion to SA History Undergraduate Essay Prize. Walter completed a Bachelor of Media with Bachelor of Arts majoring in History; he then went on to study Honours in History. Walter’s prize-winning essay was drawn from his Honours thesis. The prize is administrated by the History […]

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Join leading researchers as they discuss past and contemporary history of migrant and refugee experiences in Australia, and the implications for current-day migration policy. This public discussion forum is sponsored by the Hostel Stories Project. Dr Melanie Baak Education, UniSA Dr Jim Hammerton History, LaTrobe Ms Nicole Harb Social & Policy Studies, Flinders A/Prof James […]

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group of students studying in Spain

AIM Overseas facilitates a large number of short overseas programs, that can be completed in the summer and winter uni breaks. AIM is kindly offering one HUMSS student a $500 scholarship towards the History of Inca Civilisation course in Peru, which will run in summer 2015. This course can count towards a History major or […]

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Excellent research is conducted by our Faculty on a daily basis. This is your chance to get involved in a project which aims to investigate the social context in which people make career choices, how this interacts with their ongoing construction of gendered identities, and the role that information technologies play in this process. The […]

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Group photo of University of Adelaide students at the 2013 Model UN Conference

The Harvard hosted World Model United Nations Conference is one of the largest and most prestigious Model UN conferences in the world. The event attracts over 2,000 university students from over 60 countries every year, giving students the chance to discuss and resolve pressing world issues. In 2013, 20 students from the University of Adelaide […]

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Dear Postgraduate students, Is your study/research going as expected? If you could use some extra guidance, or would just like to talk and enjoy a free lunch then please take this opportunity to come along and meet key staff in the Faculty. The Faculty Office is hosting this informal event for all postgraduate students in […]

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Could you explain your thesis project in just three minutes, using only one PowerPoint slide? That’s the challenge ten of our research students will tackle in the national 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) competition. The ability to effectively communicate research impact is a skill that all of our researchers must develop. In 2014, the University is […]

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