News: School of Social Sciences
A Literary Dinner was recently held at Soi 25 Restaurant and Bar in Sydney to celebrate the publication of Assoc. Prof. Paul Sendziuk’s co-authored book, In the Eye of the Storm: Volunteers and Australia’s Response to the HIV/AIDS Crisis. The event featured the authors in conversation with host Brandan Bear, and was presented by The Bookshop Darlinghurst, the AIDS Council of NSW, City of Sydney and NewSouth Books. (Photos by Deep Field Photography.)
The differences in etiquette between Japan and the West can be difficult to understand for first-time visitors to Japan, but in a session with expert Eri Dennis, students are offered unique insight into Japanese business etiquette, as well as the culture and communication features of Japan and China, across industry, government and society in general.
Japanese Consul-General holds Order of the Rising Sun award ceremony for Emeritus Professor Purnendra Jain in Adelaide
On February 19 , Wakefield Press held a book launch for Andrew Hunter’s Port Adelaide to Shanghai: Taking Australia’s game to the world.
Dr. Deborah van Gaans: Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute (SSSI) South Australian Women's Leadership Award
Dr. Deborah van Gaans has been awarded the Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute (SSSI) South Australian Women's Leadership Award.
The student-run Politics and International Relations Association (PIRA) has published the first issue of their journal "Illustratio: Adelaide Journal of Politics and International Relations".
Professor Julia Gillard fielded student questions in an interview with Dr Benito Cao as part of the Introduction to Global Politics class. Topics included women in leadership and education, and how she would have handled US President Donald Trump as Prime Minister.
Last week the Department of Geography, Environment and Population awarded prizes to the top students of 2019, virtually.
This month, the Department of Asian Studies hosted a guest lecture focused on Japanese culture and etiquette for students enrolled in the Introduction to Asian Cultures undergraduate course.
On Showa Day (29 April), the Government of Japan, on behalf of the Emperor, conferred on Adjunct Professor Purnendra Jain its highest award for which a foreigner is eligible – The Order of the Rising Sun, Gold Rays with Neck Ribbon (旭日中綬賞).