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Khadim Ali
The Arrivals #4, 2016, 
Inkjet, gouache and gold leaf on hahnemuhle paper Image
100.0 x 70.5 cm
Collection of the University of Queensland, purchased 2017.

Reproduced courtesy of the artist and Milani Gallery, Brisbane.

Photo: Carl Warner






AustLit: Twenty Years in 2021 - A Panel Discussion

15 November 2021 4:00pm6:00pm
In 2021, we celebrate 20 years of Discovering Australian Stories with AustLit, one of our nation's largest digital humanities projects.

Australian Cultural Fields: a symposium

4 June 2021 10:00am4:30pm
Take this opportunity to discuss the research and findings of the Australian Cultural Fields: National and Transnational Dynamics project.

In-Conversation - Unmasking the Racial Contract: Indigenous voices on racism in the Australian Public Service (2020)

10 November 2020 2:00pm3:30pm
This dynamic In-Conversation will take participants inside Unmasking the Racial Contract: Indigenous voices on racism in the Australian Public Service (2020) – from PhD research to published book.

In times like these, what would Oodgeroo do?

9 November 2020 1:00pm2:00pm
Miles Franklin Award-winning writer, Alexis Wright, will deliver the 2020 Fryer Lecture in Australian Literature. This event will be held online via Zoom.

Second Sight: Witchcraft, Ritual, Power

15 March 2019 6:30pm29 June 2019 9:00pm
“Second Sight: Witchcraft, Ritual, Power, brought together artists who conjure ideas related to witchcraft, sorcery and magical practices. This research exhibition, which included new artistic commissions and texts, was formed through a partnership between UQ Art Museum and UQ’s Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (IASH). ASRN members Anna Johnston (IASH) and Holly Arden (UQ Art Museum) collaborated with UQ colleagues and Australian artists”.

InASA 2018: Unsettling Australia

3 December 2018 9:00am5 December 2018 5:00pm
The biennial conference of the International Australian Studies Association (InASA), hosted 3-5 December 2018 by the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities.