The School of Humanities is one of four schools within the Faculty of Arts at the University of Adelaide. The School is made up of ten Departments.
The University of Adelaide’s Tate Museum has unveiled a new virtual reality exhibition that can be enjoyed by anyone with a VR headset.
Despite having to postpone this year’s Kyoto-based Japanese Media Cultures study tour, A/Prof Peter Pugsley (Dept. Media) and his Ritsumeikan University colleague, Professor Aki Nakamura, were able to announce the recent publication of a co-authored article.
As part of the collaboration between the University of Adelaide and the Adelaide Festival, last Saturday Tim Minchin conducted a Q & A for The University of Adelaide students with Joint Artistic Director of Adelaide Festival, Neil Armfield as facilitator.
University of Adelaide and Faculty of Arts alum Nicholas Duddy has been named as a 2020 John Monash Scholar.
STUDENTS with a passion for future technologies – especially those who want to develop and create them – can now combine their artistic and technical skills in a cutting edge Virtual Reality Design and Development course offered by the University of Adelaide.
Faculty of Arts student Olivia De Zilva has been awarded the 2019 Deakin University Non-fiction Prize.
Discover how we can live in a way that is good for both people and the planet.
Navigate the relationships between author, text and audience. Interpret text, literary works and film.
Explore the cultural, social, economic and political aspects of the lives of men and women throughout time.
Explore a vast range of writing styles, think critically about poetry and reflect on stories and speeches composed by renowned figureheads.
Develop an understanding and appreciation of French culture through language, film and food.
The J. M. Coetzee Centre for Creative Practice presents the Fringe show "Word and Music for Iris". This concert consists of a programme of songs mentioned in Iris Murdoch's novels—from Shakespeare songs to Mozart arias, from folk songs to jazz standards—with associated readings from favourite novels like The Sea, the Sea, The Philosopher's Pupil, The Bell and more. This event is adapted from a programme presented in July 2019 at the Iris Murdoch centenary conference in Oxford.