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Book launch — Imagining Law: Essays in Conversation with Judith Gardam

We look forward to seeing you at the launch of Imagining Law: Essays in Conversation with Judith Gardam today. RSVP: http://imagining-law.splashthat.com/

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Book Launch: A History of the Psychology Schools at Adelaide’s Universities

We look forward to the launch of ‘A History of the Psychology Schools at Adelaide’s Universities’ this afternoon. There is still time to RSVP: http://history-psychology.splashthat.com/ See you there!

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Open in Action: The Case for Open Access Publishing

Is Open Access the future of academic publishing? How can universities, researchers and students get most out of it? What are the challenges lying ahead? International Open Access Week inspires us to explore these questions. Join us for this free three-university event. Morning tea will be provided. KEYNOTE by Professor Ginny Barbour, Executive Director, Australasian Open Access Strategy […]

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The Waite launch sells out

All 120 copies of The Waite sold at Monday’s launch on the lawns of Urrbrae House. The launch price of $44 is still available.  Buy online (postage $15) or from Dymocks Rundle Mall.

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Freedom of Religion Review: “a strong cast of Australian and international scholars”

One of the leading world scholars in law and religion, John Witte reviewed Freedom of Religion under Bills of Rights in the January 2014 issue of Ecclesiastical Law Journal, Cambridge University Press. “At the heart of this judiciously edited collection of essays is the contentious debate in Australia about whether to adopt a national bill […]

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Cyber-Nationalism in China

The University of Adelaide Press is delighted to be launching Ying Jiang’s Cyber-Nationalism in China: challenging western media portrayals of internet censorship in China. This penetrating and original work will be launched by journalist Tory Shepherd (The Punch) at the Ira Raymond Room, Barr Smith Library entrance at the University of Adelaide, on Thursday 4 October […]

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Freedom of Religion under Bills of Rights – new release

We officially release Freedom of Religion under Bills of Rights this evening with a launch in the University of Adelaide’s Ira Raymond Room by the Chief Justice of South Australia, the Hon. John Doyle AC. 19 international contributors take varying perspectives on the impact of bills of rights in a range of countries with and […]

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Launch of Magnesium in the Central Nervous System 15 March

On Thursday 15 March forensic pathologist Professor Roger Byard launched a new book gathering together the world’s leading researchers on the role of magnesium in our health.  International contributors from Australia, China, Europe and North America cover a range of topics under three main headings: magnesium in the normal brain, in neurological diseases and in […]

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Launch of Mechanisms of Vascular Surgery 23 February

On Thursday 23 February 2012 Professor Guy Maddern launched Mechanisms of Vascular Surgery, updating the first edition published by Cambridge University Press. Vascular specialists from Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, the United States and the United Arab Emirates have contributed chapters to this important reference work.

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Explorations and Encounters in French Edited by Jean Fornasiero and Colette Mrowa-Hopkins

Explorations and Encounters in French was launched in the Barr Smith Library’s Ira Raymond Room on Friday 15 October by the Honorary Consul of France in South Australia Dr Christine Rothauser.

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