The War and Art Workshop is a half-day workshop run in conjunction with the tenure of UNSW Canberra visiting fellow, Dr Lola Frost.
Over the past two decades a large body of work in the humanities and social sciences has been combining philosophical insights from constructivism with a renewed focus on the materiality and agency
Climate intervention technologies aim to counteract climate change by reflecting sunlight away from the earth or removing CO2from the atmosphere at large scale.
Although the body has preoccupied literary scholarship for some time, there has been a renewed attention in Romantic studies to the complex ways in which literature encodes and reproduces our awareness of embodied experience.
The Cold War Literature and Lives research group based at UNSW Canberra is a group of scholars undertaking research in aspects of Cold War culture in the Asia-Pacific region and beyond. This year our annual symposium will be held at the ANU.
This 'fireside chat'-style roundtable will bring together contributors to a forthcoming special issue of the Human Rights Defender magazine on the ‘Military and Human Rights’ to discuss a range of questions, including: at what point is it appropriate for the Australia
There is a significant populist trend in which ‘elites’ are increasingly seen as being ‘out of touch’ with ‘ordinary people’. This is manifest across the globe but includes Asia.
Join Professor of Gender and Development Naila Kabeer (London School of Economics) as she discusses women's economic empowerment through the lens of livelihoods and capabilities.
Climate change is widely understood as a "threat multiplier" that threatens global health and food security, and was a trigger for the genocide in Darfur and the civil war in Syria.