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Master of Teaching Information Session

Come and meet Dr Steven Stolz, Program Director for the Master of Teaching and hear all you need to know about studying in 2021.

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2020 Fay Gale Lecture

'Delivering Indigenous Data Sovereignty'
Presented by Professor Maggie Walter FASSA

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Master of Teaching Information Session

Come and meet Dr Steven Stolz, Program Director for the Master of Teaching and hear all you need to know about studying in 2021.

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Creative Careers Session - Meet the Author: Bec Brown

Join us to hear from University of Adelaide alumnus and founder and director of The Comms Department Bec Brown, as she discusses how to find, build and navigate a successful career in PR, media and journalism.

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Department of History Seminar - Dr Thomas Buchanan

Dr Thomas Buchanan will present ‘Stories from the World’s Largest Strip Mine: The Corporate Culture of BHP’s Mt. Newman Company (Pilbara, WA) in the 1970s’ 

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Cook with Kayoko

Kayoko from Japanese Studies would like to share one of her favourite recipes with you on Zoom: Japanese Curry Rice.

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Department of History Seminar - Dr Roger Knight

Dr Roger Knight (Visiting Research Fellow) will present ‘Refracted Through the Lens of the Indies: The Scots Diaspora, Family Networks and Mercantile Business in Colonial Indonesia c.1820-1960’ 

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Austronesians in Northern Australia: Re-assessing the Linguistic Impact of 'Macassans'

Dr Michael Walsh (AIATSIS/ANU/The University of Sydney) will discuss how it is therefore timely to consider many northern coastal languages yet to be explored for Macassan influence. The impact of Macassans in northern Australia was more extensive than we think. This special lecture is hosted by the Chair of Linguistics and Endangered Languages.

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Stretton Institute Webinar: Mapping and Strengthening Australia's Integrity Systems

Join the Stretton Institute at their next webinar on Mapping and Strengthening Australia's Integrity Systems.

Australia have, by international standards, a relatively strong reputation for the integrity of public decision making, institutions and our system of democracy. But are we keeping pace with challenges and trends? Are we investing sufficiently in the development of our integrity systems to deserve that reputation? Do our citizens agree we have our challenges under control, and that our institutions are delivering quality of democracy and government? This Stretton Institute webinar outlines a way forward for Australia and presents key results from Australia’s second national integrity system assessment, also an ARC linkage project.

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Open Mic Night

It’s time to take your TicTok performance to the next level. We are looking for the best the Faculty of Arts has to offer. All acts welcome. Music, dance, comedy – the stage is yours!

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Adnyamathanha language and culture guide book launch

The Mobile Language Team have been proudly working with Uncle Terrance Coulthard on his Adnyamathanha dictionary. This resource boasts linguistic and language work, and cultural information including Adnyamathanha Muda (Cultural History), songs, and information about country.

The dictionary is the first published Adnyamathanha dictionary and the celebration of Uncle Terrance's 40-year career.

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