Cheese and chats at The Atrium

8 June 2023 5:30pm7:30pm
Unwind and see The Atrium come to life at our inaugural 'cheese and chats' networking event starting on Thursday 8 June.

Celebrating Australian Rock Music with AustLit

9 June 2023 2:00pm5:00pm
You are invited to join the launch of the Australian Writing and Rock Music dataset on AustLit. This exciting launch is part of a larger project on the connections between texts and music by Chief Investigator Associate Professor Margaret Henderson. The dataset collates bibliographical records of fiction, memoir, and critical essays written about Australian rock music.

Public lecture: Shakespeare's language and the English language

21 June 2023 5:00pm7:00pm
Join the School of Languages and Cultures in this intriguing public lecture presented by the renowned linguist, Jonathan Culpeper, who has conducted extensive research on Shakespeare's language and its impact on English. With his expertise, he will guide us through the fascinating world of Shakespeare's language and provide valuable insights into its historical significance and modern-day implications. Don't miss the chance to learn from one of the foremost experts in the field.
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HASS 3MT Faculty Final 2023

25 July 2023 11:00am1:00pm
Join us for the 2023 HASS 3MT Faculty Finals. All welcome. Register now!
Greece, Rome, Byzantium: Empires of the Sea

Greece, Rome, Byzantium: Empires of the Sea Exhibition Opening

2 June 2023 4:30pm
Join the RD Milns Antiquities Museum for the exhibition opening of Greece, Rome, Byzantium: Empires of the Sea. The latest guest exhibition is curated by Director Dr Amelia Brown with Dr Adam Brennan, and explores the maritime history, religion, art and archaeology of these empire of the sea, and coincides with the 21st Conference & Biennial General Meeting of the Australasian Association for Byzantine Studies held at UQ, June 2–5 2023. Registration is not required
Image credit: A/Prof Fiona Foley's 2019 Film, '"Out of the Sea Like Cloud'. Premiered at QAGoMA, Cinema A, Brisbane.

'Indigenous Perspectives' HPI Research Seminar and Celebration

2 June 2023 1:30pm4:00pm
We warmly welcome you to the School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry's upcoming Research Seminar and Celebration, which will be held during National Reconciliation Week.
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HASS 3MT Faculty Heats 2023

30 May 2023 1:00pm3:00pm
Join us for the 2023 HASS 3MT Faculty Finals. All welcome.
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Teaching and Educational Studies Postgraduate Showcase

24 May 2023 5:00pm6:00pm
Become a teacher, or develop your skills in education.

In-Conversation with Jennifer Down

23 May 2023 5:45am8:00pm
Join the Centre for Critical and Creative Writing (CCCW) for a thought provoking conversation between UQ's own Associate Professor Stephen Carleton and acclaimed Australian author, Jennifer Down, as they discuss what recovery in the arts means to them.
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Empathy and the Arena: Looking for (and with) Empathy in early Imperial Rome

19 May 2023 5:15pm7:30pm
Join the School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry for their annual lecture titled 'Empathy and the Arena: Looking for (and with) Empathy in early Imperial Rome' presented by Dr Sarah Lawrence (University of New England).
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HASS Faculty HDR Welcome

19 May 2023 2:00pm4:00pm
A welcome session from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. All HASS HDR Students Welcome!

Weaving a Human Rights tapestry in Fiji's post election - an atrocity prevention strategy

17 May 2023 4:45pm6:00pm
Join us to hear the Asia Pacific Centre for the Responsibility to Protect's Pacific Director Romulo Nayacalevu address the status of human rights and international law in his home country of Fiji, what the election means for civic discourse, legislation and transparency, as well as the local relevance of early warning, atrocity prevention and the Responsibility to Protect.
Orchestral Visions

Orchestral Visions

14 May 2023 2:00pm4:00pm
Hear the UQ Symphony in full flight, powerfully evoking visions of place during UQ School of Music's concert on Sunday 14 May 2023.
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Roundtable | The Australian Referendum

4 May 2023 4:30pm6:30pm
In February the Prime Minister confirmed that Australia will hold a referendum in 2023 to ask whether voters support altering the Constitution to establish an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice. This Roundtable is jointly hosted by UQ's School of Political Science and International Studies and School of Law. It will provide information about the proposal and its political context, to equip attendees to make an informed choice at the referendum later this year.
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Industry Panel – Recovery in the Arts

29 April 2023 1:45pm4:00pm
Join a panel of Queensland’s cultural leaders as they tackle the tough questions about the future of our arts industries.

UQ Alumni Book Fair®

28 April 2023 9:00am1 May 2023 3:00pm
More than 110,000 books, magazines, vinyl records, videos, DVDs and other pre-loved goodies will be available at this year’s UQ Alumni Book Fair®, helping us raise funds for UQ student scholarships.
Jews captured during the Warsaw Ghetto uprising. National Archives and Records Administration, College Park, MD. Copyright of United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Yom HaShoah - 2023 Holocaust Remembrance Day

17 April 2023 5:15pm7:30pm
The Asia Pacific Centre for the Responsibility to Protect in collaboration with the QLD Jewish Board of Deputies invite you to join us for our annual Holocaust commemoration – Yom HaShoah. 

UQ Talks: The past, present and future of Indigenous Studies

21 March 2023 6:00pm8:00pm
Distinguished Professor Aileen Moreton-Robinson will review Indigenous scholarly debates, and what constitutes Indigenous Studies in Australia, New Zealand, US and Canada. Cost: $35

Friends of Antiquity: Ancient History Day

18 March 2023 9:00am4:00pm
Join us for the 28th annual Ancient History Day, exploring the theme of art and politics in the ancient world. Cost: $55 general entry; $15 each for students with ID; $45 each for Alumni Friends/Friends of Antiquity members.

2023 Daphne Mayo Public Lecture

16 March 2023 6:00pm8:30pm
Do you love all things art history and photography? Join the School of Communication and Arts and world-leading photography historian, Professor Andrés Mario Zervigón, on Thursday 16 March for a fascinating talk exploring 19th century photographic cultures.

3T Event – Bringing Contact to life: Children of the revolution

15 March 2023 10:00am12:00pm
In this special 3T event, Dr Rojas-Lizana chats with Contact editor Michael Jones about the hidden memories of her childhood, when one false move could have led to the death of her family and the ‘criminals’ they harboured.

Author talk with Sophie Labelle : A French-Canadian trans woman on making Artivism

13 March 2023 1:00pm2:30pm
Sophie Labelle will speak about her art and activism, her artistic process, comic-making, community building and empowerment through art.
Careless State

The Careless State - Can it be fixed, where do we start?

6 March 2023 5:00pm7:30pm
Join The University of Queensland for a special presentation on 'The Careless State', delivered by Professor Mark Considine.
Diploma in Languages

Diploma in Languages information session

18 January 2023 11:00am12:00pm
Set yourself up for a global career and find out how you can study a Diploma in Languages alongside your undergraduate degree