Webinar recordings on demand

Missed one of our webinars? You can now access Faculty of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences event recordings and resources 24/7 on-demand.

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Pathways to a career in teaching
Learn more about UQ’s Master of Teaching programs and see how you can build on your first degree to explore, create and develop new knowledge through practical, school-based learning.
Experience social science
Learn how to translate your passion for injustices related to the environment, health, and local and global inequalities into a diverse range of careers that await you after you complete a Bachelor of Social Science at UQ.
COVID-19 and the reshaping of global politics
How will the world rebuild after COVID-19? Our panel of experts discuss the political economy of COVID-19, the crisis’ impact on global geopolitics, and associated humanitarian fallout.
The US Election: Aftermath
Join UQ School of Political Science and International Studies expert analysts to understand all the detail about who won the 2020 US Election, how it happened, and what happens next...
What can the humanities tell us about COVID-19?
Leaders in humanities research with a wealth of expertise join together for a dynamic online forum to discuss important insights into the COVID-19 crisis.
Memories and Narratives, an ongoing reflection
During this talk, Professor Lynette Russell (Monash University) delves into her journey of discovery where she located her Aboriginal ancestors, and discusses the importance of women as the keepers and tellers of family stories.

Staying connected: sustaining relationships during the shift to online learning
This webinar explores some practical strategies that classroom teachers can use to foster important learning relationships - to stay connected to their students and help students to stay connected to one another - to support learning in the current shift to online platforms during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Creativity in the time of COVID-19
In the midst of a global pandemic and upheaval that comes with it, creative pursuits can be bogged down by uncertainty, anxiety and isolation. How can one write about the world when it looks so different than it did a few months ago? UQ’s panel of authors and experts draw upon their own experience to discuss how to continue one’s creative journey during times of disruption.
US Election: Trump vs Biden
The election of Donald Trump to arguably the most powerful presidency in the world sent shockwaves through the global community. While many rejoiced his challenging of the global order from NATO to China, others feared he lacked the temperament and judgment to lead the US on the world stage. Our experts discuss the issues and possibilities for the future.


Unmasking the Racial Contract: In-Conversation with author Dr Debbie Bargallie (she/her) and Professor Bronwyn Fredericks (she/her)
This dynamic In-Conversation, moderated by UQ's Faculty of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences Associate Dean (Indigenous Engagement) Associate Professor Sandra Phillips (she/her) takes participants inside 'Unmasking the Racial Contract: Indigenous voices on racism in the Australian Public Service (2020)' – from PhD research to published book.
The Great Barrier Reef’s third bleaching in five years: What now?
This summer the Great Barrier Reef suffered its third serious bleaching event in five years, with climate change threatening to destroy one of nature’s most stunning wonders. During this webinar, Marian Wilkinson and UQ experts Dr Selina Ward and Dr Pedro Fidelman discuss economic, political and scientific questions that will determine the future of the Reef and those on land who depend on it.
After the plague: Insights from ancient, medieval and early modern history
As we look towards the future, we are likely to see more than just a recovery of the world before COVID-19 – we are likely to see something completely new. During this webinar, UQ historians discuss what has come after plagues throughout ancient, medieval and early modern history and what it may mean for our world today.

Ethical data science for social impact
How can researchers use data and machine learning to address some of the world’s most pressing social issues, while actively engaging with end users and impacted communities?
Triaging child abuse material cybertips for investigative prioritisation
In this webinar, Dr David Mount presents the results of a collaborative research project undertaken in 2019-20 that focused on the development of a new tool to support the investigation and triage of cyber tips related to online production and transmission of Child Abuse Materials for use by the AFP’s Child Protection Triage Unit.
The Life Course Centre - Looking back, looking forward
What type of Australia are we content to be? This is the question at the heart of the Life Course Centre, a national ARC Centre of Excellence, administered by the Institute for Social Science Research. This webinar provides an overview of the Life Course Centre focusing on some key recent findings from current work and outlining the directions and research agenda for the new Life Course Centre commencing in 2021.