Each year the IAS hosts a number of seminars on selected themes as part of our commitment to support and promote innovative and collaborative research.
Of particular interest are projects that may not ordinarily be part of the work that occurs within school or faculty structures, including the involvement by individuals or sectors outside of the academic community, as well as projects which engage in wider contemporary debates.
Regular IAS activities include hosting seminars, roundtables and workshops with distinguished visitors for academic staff from various departments.
|14 March||A conversation with Peggy Fiedler, Director of the Natural Reserve System at the University of California|
|22 May||O, that this too, too pixelated flesh would melt’: The Decade in Digital Shakespeare Studies.A Digital Humanities Research Seminar with Dr Brett D. Hirsch, ARC Discovery Early Career Research Fellow in English and Cultural Studies, UWA|
8-10 July 2014
|Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA) 20th Biennial Conference 'AsiaScapes: Contesting Borders'|