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How Global is Australian Literature in the 21st century? A story of gender, genre and the international literary field
12
May
2022

How Global is Australian Literature in the 21st century? A story of gender, genre and the international literary field

How global is Australian literature in the twenty-first century? This large question generates many others, the two most obvious being: What is meant by global...
05
May
2022

The Shellal Mosaic: Archaeological, Textual and Visual Traditions

The Shellal Mosaic is the largest ancient mosaic pavement in Australia. It was uncovered by Australian and New Zealand Service Personnel at Shellal, near Gaza...
CuSPP Seminar Series 2022 - Rewriting, Reflecting and Resisting: Gender, Reception and ‘The Drover’s Wife’ Stories
05
May
2022

CuSPP Seminar Series 2022 - Rewriting, Reflecting and Resisting: Gender, Reception and ‘The Drover’s Wife’ Stories

Rewriting, Reflecting and Resisting: Gender, Reception and ‘The Drover’s Wife’ Stories Henry Lawson’s 1892 short story ‘The Drover’s Wife’ has inspired many...
CuSPP Seminar Series 2022 - Bringing the Original into Being by Copying It: On the Retrospective Nature of Poetic Mimesis
28
Apr
2022

CuSPP Seminar Series 2022 - Bringing the Original into Being by Copying It: On the Retrospective Nature of Poetic Mimesis

Bringing the Original into Being by Copying It: On the Retrospective Nature of Poetic Mimesis A long line of commentators (Johnson 1751; Attridge 1982; Ford...
The First Person at Work:  The Fiction of Helen Garner’s Autobiographical Self
21
Apr
2022

The First Person at Work: The Fiction of Helen Garner’s Autobiographical Self

Over the course of her long career, Helen Garner has regularly been accused of writing too autobiographically for a novelist; of drawing too readily on her...
Nero and the Great Fire of Rome A Live 'Emperors of Rome' Podcast
12
Apr
2022

Nero and the Great Fire of Rome A Live 'Emperors of Rome' Podcast

On the night of 18 July, 64 CE, a fire broke out in the Circus Maximus at Rome. The conflagration raged for nine days, destroying or damaging ten of the city’s...
FCM Happy Hour
24
Mar
2022

FCM Happy Hour

The Friends of the ANU Classics Museum invite you to a special event in the museum! A celebration of the 60th anniversary of the museum, and a special welcome...

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