History of University Life seminar series
University Education is a Pathway to Employment
Seminar held 24 June 2020
Running time 53 minutes 25 seconds
International Students and Australian Universities
Seminar held 5 August 2020
Running time 1 hour, 1 minute, 22 seconds
Can the humanities and social sciences survive the Covid crisis?
Held live broadcast 23 September 2020
Length: 1 Hour 1 Minute and 53 Seconds
This webinar explores the importance of the humanities and social sciences for our collective prosperity. Panellists Professor Joy Damousi, President, Australian Academy of the humanities, Professor Jane Hall, President, Australian Academy of the Social Sciences, and Michael Goodman, The University of Sydney, critique the current Commonwealth proposal for ‘job ready’ graduates and look back to past government interventions for what they tell us about the place of the humanities and social sciences in modern Australia. Chaired by Associate Professor Julia Horne, co-convenor of History of University Life.
History of University Life: Higher Education Reform – Where to now?
It is now 30 years since the last major Commonwealth reform of Australia’s higher education system. This webinar examines the current relationship between the Commonwealth and public universities and explores the idea of higher education reform as a social and public good.
Panellists: Professor Glyn Davis AC, Associate Professor Tamson Pietsch and Ren-Hao Xu. Chaired by Dr Matthew A.M. Thomas.
Live Broadcast 14 October 2020.
Classics and Ancient History seminars
The Third Lifecycle of Philokleon in Aristophanes’ Wasps”
Seminar held on 8 May 2020
Running Time: 51 Minutes 6 Seconds
Poor Offerings by Late Antique Peasants: Evidence for Pagan Ritual in Post-Constantinian North Africa
Seminar held on 23 April 2020
46 mins 38 seconds
Gender and Cultural Studies seminar series