The Institute of Advanced Studies hosts a selection of public lectures by prominent local, national and international speakers.
Many of our lectures are recorded, visit our Past Lectures Page to listen to our stellar line up of local and visiting scholars discussing their research.
2017 Public Lectures
|16 May||Bite-Sized Austen: New interpretations in doctoral research||Colin Yeo, Doctoral student, English and Cultural Studies, UWA and Peta Beasley, English and Cultural Studies, UWA|
|17 May||Time capsules from deep within the Himalayan Mountains: how tiny crystals record the evolution of Earth's largest mountain belt||Stacia Gordon, Associate Professor, University of Nevada-Reno.|
|25 May||Fisheries and Global Warming: Impacts on marine ecosystems||Professor Daniel Pauly, fisheries expert and marine conservationist|
|20 June||Sense and Sensibility and Jane Austen's lexicon of emotions||Robert White, English and Cultural Studies, UWA|
|22 June||Mining-Induced Seismicity: the importance of tiny (and not so tiny) earthquakes||Margaret Boettcher, Associate Professor of Geophysics, University of New Hampshire.|
|18 July||Jane Austen and the Promotion of Virtue||Ned Curthoys, English and Cultural Studies, UWA|