[csaa-forum] ICS Seminar Series Semester 2 Schedule

Emily-Kate Ringle-Harris E.Ringle-Harris at westernsydney.edu.au
Fri Jul 21 12:52:49 ACST 2017

The Institute for Culture and Society Seminar Series is underway for Semester 2. Seminars are held from 11.30am-1pm at Western Sydney University's Parramatta Campus.

For full details: https://www.westernsydney.edu.au/ics/events/seminars/ics_seminar_series


Thursday 27 July
Brett Bennett (Western Sydney University)
What Do Historical Ideas About Human Induced Climate Change Tell Us About the Present and Future?

Thursday 3 August
Michael Herzfeld (Harvard University)
Bangkok Beauty, Bangkok Beast: the Tragic Consequences of a Crypto-Colonial Vision

Thursday 10 August
George Morgan (Western Sydney University)
Subcultural Capitalism

Tuesday 17 August
Tanja Dreher (UNSW)
Cosmopolitan or De-colonising? Two Models of the Politics of Listening Online

Thursday 24 August
Pryor Placino, Simon Chambers and Oznur Sanin (Institute for Culture and Society)
Postgraduate Forum

Thursday 31 August
Greg Noble and Sherene Idriss (Institute for Culture and Society)
Cosmopolitics in the Arab Diaspora: Gender, Activism and Online Publics

Thursday 7 September
Sonia Livingstone (London School of Economics)
Children's Rights in the Digital Age

Thursday 21 September
Tony Bennett, Michelle Kelly and Emma Waterton (Institute for Culture and Society)
Social Relations and Culture in Australia: the Art, Literary and Heritage Fields

Thursday 28 September
Tanya Notley (Western Sydney University)
Storing Our Data: the Material and Social Impact of Using Clouds on Earth

Thursday 5 October
Megan Watkins (Institute for Culture and Society)
Qualified Inclusion and Selective Belonging: Asian Success and the Ethnicisation of Educational Achievement

Thursday 12 October
Romand Coles (Australian Catholic University)
Visionary Pragmatism: the Powers of Receptivity, Action Research, and the Publicness of Higher Education in the Dark Times

Thursday 19 October
Philippa Collin and Amanda Third (Institute for Culture and Society)
Control/Shift: Young People and Citizenship in Digital Society

Thursday 26 October
Louise Crabtree, Simone Fullagar, Stephen Healy and Paul James (Institute for Culture and Society and University of Bath)
Thinking in Common: Resilience


Seminar Organising Committee:
Gay Hawkins, Stephen Healy, Ben Dibley, Malini Sur, Jasbeer Musthafa Mamalipurath
Institute for Culture and Society, Western Sydney University

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