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Climate Politics on the Brink of Catastrophe

28 November 2023 4:45pm6:45pm
With the climate crisis with us and effects certain to worsen, this roundtable brings together some of UQ’s leading researchers on the politics of climate change and policies in response to it. Join the discussion on 28 November.
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Creative Arts & Human Flourishing - Creative Capability Showcase

22 November 2023 9:00am12:45pm
This showcase event will introduce you to some of UQ’s professional imagineers—our internationally successful creative arts researchers—and give you hands-on practice in new ways to think about your research questions. Whether it’s future thinking, visual understanding, storytelling, or just thinking more open-endedly, this morning of imaginative inspiration will help you see your research afresh.
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Compensation and Reparations for Harm to Indigenous Culture and Heritage in Queensland

21 November 2023 4:30pm6:00pm
Join us for a panel discussion and Q&A with Indigenous leaders and experts in heritage protection, native title, and the law.
Professor Dawn Bessarab

Decolonising University Research Praxis through Interrogation of the intercultural space in Indigenous Research

25 October 2023 4:00pm6:00pm
Join UQ's School of Social Science and The Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous Engagement) for a special masterclass with Professor Dawn Bessarab on Wednesday 25 October.
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Book Launch with Professor Alex Bellamy

24 October 2023 1:00pm2:00pm
Join the Asia Pacific Centre for the Responsibility to Protect to celebrate the launch of Professor Alex Bellamy's latest book, Warmonger: Vladimir Putin's Imperial Wars. During the event, Professor Bellamy will discuss the hows and whys of the war in Ukraine as detailed in his book, followed by an opportunity for audience questions.
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2023 George Watson Public Lecture

10 October 2023 5:30pm8:00pm
This talk addresses central questions to the #MeToo movement and examines the evolution of the movement over time and space. Drawing from a thematic analysis of 960 tweets for English, 960 tweets for German, and 753 tweets for Mandarin, this presentation explores how the #MeToo movement was taken up and used in different ways in the first 12 months.

Mind Your Way- Nailing grants, papers, prizes, and awards - Write yourself to success!

9 October 2023 9:30am5:00pm
Mind Your Way- Nailing grants, papers, prizes, and awards - Write yourself to success!
Event image: Jan Polack, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

2023 Ed Conrad Memorial Lecture

5 October 2023 4:45pm7:00pm
The University of Queensland's School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry invites you to join us for the 2023 Ed Conrad Memorial Lecture presented by Emeritus Professor Philip Almond.
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Roundtable: Toward Indigenous Diplomacy in Australian Foreign Policy?

4 October 2023 5:00pm7:30pm
Hear a panel of experts discuss important questions around how or whether ancient forms of diplomacy practised by First Nations peoples are compatible with state-based diplomacy. The panellists will include UQ’s Associate Professor Stephanie Gilbert, Dr Mary Graham, Associate Professor Andrew Phillips, Associate Professor Morgan Brigg and Dr Melissa Curley.
Dr. WonPyo Hong

Webinar: Samsung Innovation and Employability

29 September 2023 4:00pm5:00pm
During this Korean Studies Centre webinar, Dr. WonPyo Hong will discuss how the Samsung group became one of the most innovative enterprise conglomerates in the world.
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Book Launch - The Echidna Strategy: Australia’s Search for Power and Peace

28 September 2023 5:00pm7:30pm
UQ is delighted to host the Lowy Institute's Sam Roggeveen to talk about his new book The Echidna Strategy: Australia’s Search for Power and Peace. Please join us on 28 September for a conversation with Sam moderated by Dr Melissa Curley.
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2023 Carolyn D. Baker Annual Memorial Lecture

15 September 2023 5:45pm8:00pm
This prestigious annual memorial lecture commemorates the life and valuable contribution that our colleague, Carolyn, had generously shared with all of us during her time with the School of Education. This year Associate Professor Sarah Howard will deliver the public lecture on 'Are we in a ‘new’ time?: Navigating AI in Higher Education'.
Main Image: Giovanni di Paolo, The Creation of the World and the Expulsion from Paradise, 1445. Tempera and gold on panel, 46.4 × 52.1 cm. Robert Lehman Collection, 1975

2023 Lloyd Davis Public Lecture

14 September 2023 5:45pm8:00pm
In this one-off lecture Simon Palfrey offers a new vision of Shakespeare’s history of the world. It is an epic journey from prehistoric beginnings to a conflict-torn imminent present. An empire’s fall may weigh no more than a dropped handkerchief: and a dropped handkerchief no less.


10 September 2023 2:00pm4:00pm
Voyages celebrates the thrill of journey making with Marco Bellasi leading The University of Queensland Symphony Orchestra. Experience the Australian premiere of new music from Hawai’i inspired by ancient Polynesian sea farers, scale the heights of Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto, and revel in the story of triumph over adversity in Saint Saëns’ Organ Symphony.

HASS Research and Innovation Week Debate: 'Humans flourish with Artificial Intelligence'

4 September 2023 2:00pm4:00pm
Join us for an informative debate that will not only entertain but also showcase the breadth of talent and inquiry across our Faculty.
Image: Thea Proctor, “The rose”, 1927, hand-coloured woodcut on paper, edition unknown, 22.1 x 20.9 cm. Collection of The University of Queensland, purchased 1998. © Art Gallery of New South Wales.

Panel discussion | Paving the way for Queer expression

25 August 2023 1:30pm2:30pm
Join us for a free panel discussion to explore how Queer expression in the arts can validate Queer experiences and provide a sense of belonging for upcoming generations. The multi-generational panel brings together LGBTQIA+ artists, writers and creative leaders to share their stories and reflect on what has inspired them – and how we can work together to inspire future generations of LGBTQIA+ youth.
Image: Quirin Mark , CC0, via Wikimedia Commons

Against Conformity. Why We Fail and How

24 August 2023 4:00pm6:00pm
The School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry warmly welcomes you to attend a public lecture presented by Professor Costica Bradatan, the 2023 Atkins Visiting Professor.
Kisha Supernant

Seminar - Finding the Children: Searching for Unmarked Graves at Residential School Sites in Canada

17 August 2023 2:15pm4:00pm
Professor Kisha Supernant, Director of the Institute of Prairie and Indigenous Archaeology & Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta will deliver a seminar titled 'Finding the Children: Searching for Unmarked Graves at Residential School Sites in Canada' at UQ. All are welcome to attend.
Photograph from the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division.

2023 Hall Annual Lecture

14 August 2023 6:15pm8:30pm
The 2023 Hall Annual Lecture titled 'New York’s African Burial Ground and the Struggle for Human Rights: An Archaeology of Public Engagement' will be presented by Professor Michael L. Blakey.

2023 S.W Brooks Public Lecture

8 August 2023 5:45pm8:00pm
Join the School of Communication and Arts for the 2023 S.W Brooks Public Lecture presented by Professor Jason Rudy.

Navigating Professionalism

13 September 2022 6:30pm7:45pm
The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and invite you to join the online career seminar, Navigating Professionalism. This session targets students who are preparing to transition into the workforce and/or looking to broaden their understanding of how to launch their career.

HASS Industry Networking Evening (In Person)

8 September 2021 6:00pm8:00pm
Opportunity for students studying in the Humanities and Social Sciences (HASS) to network with and hear from industry and alumni from HASS disciplines.

Your Bachelor of Arts Advantage (Online)

2 August 2021 5:00pm6:00pm
Opportunity for students studying the Bachelor of Arts to hear from industry and alumni on the strengths and advantages of BA graduates.

How your HASS Skills can Pay the Bills (Online)

27 July 2021 5:00pm6:00pm
Hear from experts including alumni and industry as they share their experience on career pathways for Humanities and Social Sciences students.