Wednesday, 1 Apr 2015

Exhibition: Object as Score

The Fluxus project and legacy of John Cage pointed the way to the utilisation of objects as scores, recognising the potential for action and interaction that each object holds. Using the object as a score in sculpture, contemporary improvised musi...

Luminous World: Contemporary Art from the Wesfarmers Collection

Luminous World brings together a selection of contemporary paintings, objects and photographs from the Wesfarmers Collection in a conversation life on earth is bound to events playing out in the celestial realm, to the influence on the contemporar...

Nature/Revelation

Climate change and its devastating impact on the earth’s many ecosystems is arguably today’s most critical global issue. Nature/Revelation celebrates the unique capacity art has to cut through prevailing rhetoric to stimulate individuals both inte...

What has the 'Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities' got to do with research?

It has been about six years since Australia signed the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (the CRPD). There is a perception that the CRPD applies only to governments and disability service providers, and within the context of la...

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Thursday, 2 Apr 2015

Tiffin Talk - The Modi Government: An Early Assessment of its Policies and Impact

Ten months ago, the Bharatiya Janata Party government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi was elected with huge expectations, domestically and international level. This was the first time the BJP had ever secured a majority on its own, and the vi...

Saturday, 4 Apr 2015

Exhibition: Halfway There

Halfway There is a studentcurated exhibition, presented by 2nd, 3rd and honour students from Drawing and Printmedia, VCA. The works are within the City Library’s gallery space but are not bound by it; the architecture of the space facilitates expa...

Wednesday, 8 Apr 2015

What role has reading played in your life?

This presentation analyses the affective experiences of book readers when they reflect upon, connect and share with others about their reading lives. The different uses that people make of reading, the complex meanings and the value that they attr...

Farmers Market at the University of Melbourne

Enjoy a picnic lunch and shop direct from Victorian farmers for fresh, seasonal produce to take home. The new market is right in the heart of the Parkville campus with the support of The University and Carlton Connect Initiative and is positioned...

Film Screening: Indian Cinema - Dil Chahta Hai

In 2015, the Australia India Institute is presenting a unique film series that highlights the cultural and cinematic links between India and Australia. The series will be curated by director and producer Anupam Sharma the Institute is aiming to s...

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Thursday, 9 Apr 2015

From Conflict to Collaboration

This discussion will draw on the experiences of people who have been at the frontline of driving both Indigenous job opportunities and negotiating positions across the resource sector underpinned by a commitment to drive Indigenous economic develo...

Exhibition: ‘ _____ ‘

A group of artists consider the nature of blankness as a signifier of creative potential (in the sense of capturing the dilemma of approaching a blank piece of paper, digital file, gallery space or canvas with the intention of creating something)....

Friday, 10 Apr 2015

Prevention and control of Non-Communicable Diseases in India: What has changed in the last 10 years?

Professor Thankappan's research focuses on chronic NonCommunicable Diseases (NCD) and their risk factors, particularly tobacco. Over the last two decades his research has been instrumental for the integration of tobacco cessation programs in all 2...

The Purpose and Power of Yoga - In Conversation with Baba Ramdev

Swami Baba Ramdev will speak on the importance of Yoga in modern day life (especially in countries such as Australia where life runs at a very fast pace), the contributions of India to the world through Yoga, as well as addressing the importance o...

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Teaching and Learning Australia: rethinking the archive in the Australian Humanities

The Australian Centre is presenting a one day symposium to explore the role of ‘the archive’ for education in the arts and humanities in Australia. The symposium will offer the opportunity to interrogate issues of cultural knowledge and cultural...

Monday, 13 Apr 2015

Biomedical Engineering seminar: Reading with retinal prostheses: targeted stimulation strategies harnessing phosphene orientation

Conventional stimulation strategies for retinal implants generally assume evenly distributed, round, blackandwhite phosphenes, whose intensity can be modulated to reflect different brightness levels in the image that is being presented to the impl...

Free Lunch Hour Concerts: Neil McLaren (Baroque Flute)

A series of free lunch hour concerts held on Mondays from 1.10pm – 2.00pm at Melba Hall, Royal Parade, Parkville. Neil McLaren Baroque Flute Johann Sebastian BACH Partita BWV 1013 Johann Sebastian BACH Suite (after BWV 1008) Georg Philipp ...

Tuesday, 14 Apr 2015

Fortress of the Faith: War, Ireland and the Foundation of Newman College

Newman College was founded during the turbulent period of The Great War (191418), a time rife with sectarian and class tensions, catalysed by the conscription controversies. Within the crucible of these often acrimonious disputes, Melbourne's Cath...

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Jazz and Improvisation Small Ensemble Series at Bennetts Lane

An ensemble based series featuring emerging contemporary improvisers performing original compositions and arrangements. Admission at the door: $10 Full / $8 Concession

Wednesday, 15 Apr 2015

Assess Now – Providing Tailored Feedback to Students

Assess Now is an iPad app which allows tailored and individual feedback to be sent rapidly to students.  Originally developed to deliver feedback on student oral presentation the app can be adapted to deliver feedback on a range of assessment task...

The First Century of the Magna Carta: the diffusion of texts and their use and citation by litigants, lawyers and justices, 1215-1315

Magna Carta was publicised in 1215 through the multiplication of official copies for sending out to the localities and through oral proclamation locally. A similar process occurred when it was later reissued in an amended form in 1216, 1217 and 12...

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Thursday, 16 Apr 2015

Writing history, making race: slave-owners and their stories

How did ideas about race develop across Britain and Australia in the early nineteenth century? Much attention has been paid to the movement for abolition and emancipation, less to the proslavers who made sustained efforts, with some considerable s...

Saturday, 18 Apr 2015

Melbourne Business School - April Information Session

Attend the Melbourne Business School Information Morning to learn more about your graduate study options in business and economics. You will have the chance to meet with the Deputy Dean, Professor Nasser Spear, current students, academic program ...

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Melbourne Business School - April Information Session

Attend the Melbourne Business School Information Morning to learn more about your graduate study options in business and economics. You will have the chance to meet with the Deputy Dean, Professor Nasser Spear, current students, academic program ...

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MCM New Music Ensemble: A Birtwistle Portrait

Conductor: Elliott Gyger The MCM New Music Ensemble presents the music of one of the world’s greatest living composers, Sir Harrison BIRTWISTLE. Presented as part of the Melbourne International Trumpet Festival, this collaboration between MCM sta...

Monday, 20 Apr 2015

Free Lunch Hour Concerts: Melbourne Conservatorium Chamber Brass

A series of free lunch hour concerts held on Mondays from 1.10pm – 2.00pm at Melba Hall, Royal Parade, Parkville. Joel Brennan Trumpet William Day Trumpet Roman Ponomariov French Horn Don Immel Trombone Mike Szabo Bass Trombone Staff me...

The rise and fall of the English private library

In this lecture Shane Carmody will explore the history of the private library in England, and the remarkable stories of their great collections and in many cases their dispersal, with examples of some great books that have made their way to Austra...

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Wilin Week 2015

The Wilin Centre for Indigenous Arts and Cultural Development invites you to our annual celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural diversity. Over the course of the week there will be many opportunities to learn about, honour an...

Tuesday, 21 Apr 2015

Botanical art: An illustrator's perspective

Join us for a cup of tea or coffee, and some fascinating talks in the Leigh Scott Room on the first floor of the Baillieu Library during the exhibition From Botanical Illustrations to Research: Watercolours from the University of Melbourne Herbar...

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Positive Psych: What's the hype?

The Centre for Positive Psychology has recently developed the +S3 model which extends Positive Psychology in Education to three levels of analysis: students, schools and systems. The group symposium will showcase the innovative research methods us...

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Jazz and Improvisation Small Ensemble Series at Bennetts Lane

An ensemble based series featuring emerging contemporary improvisers performing original compositions and arrangements. Admission at the door: $10 Full / $8 Concession

Wednesday, 22 Apr 2015

Coffee @ Burnley

Come and chat to us about your study options over a free coffee! Have you always dreamt of a career in the great outdoors? The University of Melbourne’s Burnley campus will be holding information sessions just for you. You can discuss your study...

Human Ethics Advisory Group: In the trenches and beyond

The Melbourne School of Population and Global Health Human Ethics Advisory Group (HEAG) is one of 24 HEAGs across the University which work in the front line of the University’s Human Ethics review process. It’s not always a fun job, but someone v...

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From NK cells to Innate Lymphoid cells: function and therapeutic applications

Veterinarian and immunologist by training, Eric Vivier is Director of the Centre d’Immunologie de MarseilleLuminy (CIML) since 2006. In 1993, after a postdoctoral fellowship at Harvard Medical School, he joined the CIML where he founded the Labora...

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The wine industry: a model for climate change attribution and adaptation studies

Globally the wine industry seeks to optimize grape and wine quality by matching adapted wine grape varieties to unique combinations of soil and climate in the French concept of terroir. As changing climates clearly challenge these established ter...

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Meet Melbourne Ballarat

The University of Melbourne will be visiting Ballarat to give students, teachers and parents in the area the chance to talk to our friendly staff and find out more about: Courses and career outcomes, including the Melbourne degrees and graduate p...

Thursday, 23 Apr 2015

Religion in the warzone: Driver of conflict, force of peace?

Religious communities see their religion as peaceful and its institutions, beliefs and rituals as serving an important space of healing and consolation. However, many of today’s armed conflicts have a religious component. Religious leaders may be ...

Friday, 24 Apr 2015

Is our Democracy Working? University College Annual Forum

The results at recent state elections and turmoil in Canberra suggest this is a timely discussion. Winston Churchill observed: ‘Democracy is the worst form of government, except for all those other forms that have been tried from time to time.’ ...

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Monday, 27 Apr 2015

Free Lunch Hour Concerts: The Sound of Silence

A series of free lunch hour concerts held on Mondays from 1.10pm – 2.00pm at Melba Hall, Royal Parade, Parkville. SallyAnne Russell (mezzo soprano), ​Nicholas Dinopoulos (basebaritone) and Andrea Katz (piano) Through the healing power of song we...

Tuesday, 28 Apr 2015

Process evaluation of complex interventions: new guidance from the UK Medical Research Council

Attempts to address problems such as smoking and obesity increasingly involve ‘complex interventions’. These are commonly defined as interventions that comprise multiple interacting components. While, randomised controlled trials (RCTs) are regard...

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Meet Melbourne Shepparton

The University of Melbourne will be visiting Shepparton to give students, teachers and parents in the area the chance to talk to our friendly staff and find out more about: Courses and career outcomes, including the Melbourne degrees and graduate...

Wednesday, 29 Apr 2015

Nutritionism: The Philosophy and Politics of Nutrition Science 

Nutrition science research and dietary guidelines for the public have been characterised by a reductive focus on and interpretation of the role of nutrients in dietary health, referred to as a form of nutritional reductionism or nutritionism. The...

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Colon cancer - A cryptic puzzle

Colon cancer is initiated by mutation of the tumour suppressor gene Apc. This seminar will present our progress with analysing the effects of growth factors and inhibitors on normal, precancerous and cancerous colon stem cells. The biochemical an...

Marijuana and Madness: cannabis and mental illness

Cannabis has been used for centuries and remains the most widely used illicit drug in the world. It has undoubted medicinal properties and has been legalised for medical use in a number of jurisdictions. However, there is widespread concern about ...

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We would have become Roman: From Arminius to Herman the German

In classical sources, the Cheruscan military leader Arminius is mentioned as an obstacle to Roman expansion in the early 1st century AD who eventually fell victim to a revolt in his own tribe. Professor Kai Brodersen will explore how the perceptio...

Immunology Myth Busters

To celebrate the International Day of Immunology, this free public lecture features "mythbusting" experts. Three of Melbourne’s top scientists will talk about the myths and realities surrounding cancer, allergies and bacteria. Are antibiotics ove...

Meet Melbourne Albury

The University of Melbourne will be visiting Albury to give students, teachers and parents in the area the chance to talk to our friendly staff and find out more about: Courses and career outcomes, including the Melbourne degrees and graduate pat...

Future of Work: People, Place, Technology 2015

The Centre for Workplace Leadership in partnership with Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI), Cisco Systems Australia and Clayton Utz are proud to present the "Future of Work: People Place and Technology" on April 29th and 30th 2015....

Thursday, 30 Apr 2015

Researching Historical Institutional Child Sex Abuse Scandals: The Savile Effect

This seminar will consider ongoing research on historical institutional child sex abuse (ICSA) scandals. Its focus is the multiinstitutional scandal triggered by sensational 2012 allegations that British television icon and ‘national treasure’ Sir...

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Monday, 4 May 2015

Free Lunch Hour Concerts: Kristian Chong plays Chopin, Hyde and Schubert

A series of free lunch hour concerts held on Mondays from 1.10pm – 2.00pm at Melba Hall, Royal Parade, Parkville. Kristian Chong Piano Frédéric CHOPIN Nocturne in Bb minor Op.9 No.1 Miriam HYDE Rhapsody for Left Hand (written for Kristian C...

Tuesday, 5 May 2015

Crouching Mycologist, Hidden fungi: truffle-like fungi

Join us for a cup of tea or coffee, and some fascinating talks in the Leigh Scott Room on the first floor of the Baillieu Library during the exhibition From Botanical Illustrations to Research: Watercolours from the University of Melbourne Herbar...

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Climate is Culture - the Cape Farewell project

David Buckland will narrate 14 years of Cape Farewell's ambition to place climate centre stage. Using the notion of expedition as a model to interrogate the future, Buckland will showcase some of the art produced by over 320 artists who have risen...

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Composition Concerts: Brand new solo and chamber works

Tuesdays, 5, 12 & 19 May & 9 June, 7.30pm These concerts feature brand new solo and chamber works by MCM composer majors, performed by MCM students. The series also includes an electroacoustic concert featuring cutting edge sonicart, recorded and...

Wednesday, 6 May 2015

Battlefield Archaeology: The ANZAC Centenary Lectures

Battlefield Archaeology A major archaeological survey of the Gallipoli battlefields, now on display at the Shrine, reveals the brutal realities of daily life in the trenches for both the allied and Turkish sides. This discussion explores what t...

The Art of the Anthropocene

Imagine art, not just for art’s sake, but art that walks in the world; recording and archiving the human experience for present and future generations to learn and grow from. The anthropocene is an informal geologic chronological term that serves ...

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VCA Dance: New Full Length Work

New works presented by the Victorian College of the Arts Choreography: Lina Limosani Presented by undergraduate dance and production students. Admission: $23 Full / $16 Concession

Thursday, 7 May 2015

Reliability and Necessary Truth

Uppsala Universitet The University of Melbourne, Philosophy program, Thursday Seminarst Presened by Professor Folke Tersman

Monday, 11 May 2015

Free Lunch Hour Concerts: Igor Machlak and Olga Kharitonova

A series of free lunch hour concerts held on Mondays from 1.10pm – 2.00pm at Melba Hall, Royal Parade, Parkville. Igor Machlak and Olga Kharitonova Piano Duo W.A. MOZART Sonata in C, K545, arr GRIEG Maurice RAVEL Rapsodie espagnole Camille...

New Music Demystified: Cellist Friedrich Gauwerky

Join visiting German cello virtuoso and one of the world’s leading new music specialists, Friedrich Gauwerky on stage at Melba Hall as he explains his passion for new music through works by composers including John CAGE and Giacinto SCELSI. MCM ...

Thursday, 14 May 2015

Tiffin Talk: India – Open for Business

Like many developing economies, India faces an escalating demand for electricity, mostly from polluting power stations. The country faces grave challenges in environmental pollution. Australia has significant intellectual property in climate scien...

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Friday, 15 May 2015

Alumni Series: Art Rock and Beyond - Stuart Fischer, Guitar

Alumnus Stuart Fischer leads us on a journey through the highoctane world of notated repertoire for the electric guitar featuring works by Steve REICH, Tristan MURAIL, James TENNEY and others. Fischer is joined by the MCM guitar ensemble and staff...

Contemporary Plays Season: The Chapel Perilous

Classic Australian plays presented by Company 2015 and designed by Master of Design for Performance and undergraduate production students. By Dorothy Hewett Directed by Tanya Dickson The painful, and sometimes farcical life, of a defiant young ...

Contemporary Plays Season: Cloudstreet

Classic Australian play presented by Company 2015 and designed by Master of Design for Performance and undergraduate production students. Adapted by Nick Enright and Justin Monjo from the novel by Tim Winton Directed by Julián Fuentes Reta A ...

Monday, 18 May 2015

Free Lunch Hour Concerts: Winds of Change

A series of free lunch hour concerts held on Mondays from 1.10pm – 2.00pm at Melba Hall, Royal Parade, Parkville. Director: Kevin Cameron The MCM Wind Symphony presents a concert featuring the evocative new sounds of the symphonic wind ensemble ...

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

University of Melbourne Herbarium past and present

Join us for a cup of tea or coffee, and some fascinating talks during the exhibition From Botanical Illustrations to Research: Watercolours from the University of Melbourne Herbarium. The University of Melbourne Herbarium (MELU) began in 1926 wi...

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Jazz and Improvisation Small Ensemble Series at Bennetts Lane

For two consecutive nights the Jazz and Improvisation program showcases an eclectic range of large ensembles featuring staff and emerging contemporary improvisers in an array of styles. Featuring Tonos Guitar Ensemble, Araliya Vocal Ensemble, Yamb...

Wednesday, 20 May 2015

The Medical War: The ANZAC Centenary Lectures

The First World War involved the mass enlistment of doctors, dentists and health professionals, supported by new networks of medical researchers at universities. The war introduced extraordinary medical conditions — such as disfiguring wounds, tre...

The University of Melbourne Orchestra play Mozart & Dvorak

Conductor: Hansjörg Schellenberger Soloist: Georgia Williams, Flute Program: W.A. MOZART Overture to Idomeneo W.A. MOZART Concerto for Flute in G Major, K313 Antonin DVORAK Symphony No. 9 ‘From the New World’ Admission: Free, bookings essent...

Saturday, 23 May 2015

Melbourne Conservatorium of Music: Brass Ensembles including the Trombone Choir

Join Melbourne Conservatorium of Music for a performance showcasing the versatile, passionate, and powerful nature of brass ensembles, including Ozteology, MCM’s 12piece Trombone Choir. Admission: Free, bookings recommended

Monday, 25 May 2015

Free Lunch Hour Concert: 'Til the Black Lady Sings

Renowned soprano and composer Deborah Cheetham, AO shares the unique story of her journey to discover her belonging. Building on her acclaimed works 'White Baptist Abba Fan' and 'Pecan Summer', ‘Til the Black Lady Sings’ is storytelling at its mos...

Wednesday, 27 May 2015

The Brain's Way of Healing

Join Toronto psychiatrist, Dr Norman Doidge, renowned author of the The Brain that Changes Itself. This international bestseller made headlines when it discussed the way the brain can repair itself known as neuroplasticity an utterly fascinatin...

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Meet Melbourne Warrnambool

The University of Melbourne will be visiting Warrnambool to give students, teachers and parents in the area the chance to talk to our friendly staff and find out more about: Courses and career outcomes, including the Melbourne degrees and graduat...

Winds of Change

Directed by Kevin Cameron The Melbourne Conservatorium of Music Wind Symphony presents a concert featuring the evocative new sounds of the symphonic wind ensemble in 21st Century music, including works by Eric WHITACRE, John MACKEY, Stuart GREENB...

Reconciliation Week 2015

National Reconciliation Week celebrates the culture and history of the First Australians and is marked by two important dates in history; the 1967 referendum and 1992 Mabo decision. It offers us all a time to celebrate, reflect and commit to a con...

Thursday, 28 May 2015

Indigenous ANZACs: The ANZAC Centenary Lectures

The commemoration of war expresses a celebration of service and a remembrance of the fallen. Yet it can also privilege certain forms of service over others. This forum will discuss the silences and absences in the commemoration of War, drawing on ...

Meet Melbourne Hamilton

The University of Melbourne will be visiting Hamilton to give students, teachers and parents in the area the chance to talk to our friendly staff and find out more about: Courses and career outcomes, including the Melbourne degrees and graduate p...

Tuesday, 2 Jun 2015

Depicting mushrooms - the art and science of painting fungi

Join us for a cup of tea or coffee, and some fascinating talks in the Leigh Scott Room on the first floor of the Baillieu Library during the exhibition From Botanical Illustrations to Research: Watercolours from the University of Melbourne Herbari...

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Thursday, 11 Jun 2015

The Technical Advance: The ANZAC Centenary Lectures

World War I made extraordinary demands on the scientific community. Its requirements for manufactured munitions and equipment, as well as the advent of new chemical weapons, made science essential to national security. The war would produce govern...

Wednesday, 17 Jun 2015

War Trauma & Psychology: The ANZAC Centenary Lectures

The horrific nature of conflict on the battlefields of World War I had profound affects on those who served. The debilitating condition of shell shock changed those returning from war and had mental and physical manifestations that had not been se...

Thursday, 18 Jun 2015

National Indigenous Engineering Summit

The National Indigenous Engineering Summit will bring together the engineering industry, professional bodies, educational providers and policy leaders to exchange ideas and develop strategies to create and support pathways into the engineering pro...

Wednesday, 24 Jun 2015

The Enemy Within: The ANZAC Centenary Lectures

The First World War was conducted in political climate of patriotic fervour and rigorous policing of opposition. Debates over conscription divided the community. The War Precautions Act created arbitrary powers that threatened the civil liberties ...

Sunday, 12 Jul 2015

Animal Publics: Emotions, Empathy, Activism

The sixth biennial Australian Animal Studies Group (AASG) International Conference, will explore the complex relationship between the public and private worlds of animals. It will consider the roles played by emotions, empathy and activism in the...

Wednesday, 15 Jul 2015

Parkinson’s disease: Deep brain stimulation and other advanced therapies – when and when not to try, and their effectiveness

Did you know one in four of us will experience a disease of the brain or mind during our lives? The Florey’s talented researchers are making great headway in the search for cures and improved treatments for many serious conditions of the brain. S...

Wednesday, 22 Jul 2015

Culture & War: The ANZAC Centenary Lectures

The First World War brought great social and cultural changes to Australia. The experience of soldiers travelling internationally, the national mobilisation, the grief and loss. This forum will discuss the way in which these changes are revealed i...

Thursday, 6 Aug 2015

Tiffin Talk: US - Pakistan Relations Under Obama

Historically, USPakistan relations have largely followed a clientelistic pattern. The American patron needed a regional broker to contain communism, to play the middleman visàvis China and to offer support in the post9/11 “global war on terror”. T...

Wednesday, 19 Aug 2015

Epilepsy: latest research and advice for patients and families

Did you know one in four of us will experience a disease of the brain or mind during our lives? The Florey’s talented researchers are making great headway in the search for cures and improved treatments for many serious conditions of the brain. S...

Thursday, 27 Aug 2015

The Performing Arts & War: The ANZAC Centenary Lectures

The representation of war in music and theatre has had enduring resonance. Music has been used to stir the blood of combatants and inspire great courage, and also to offer consolation to the bereaved. Theatrical representations of war give meaning...

Thursday, 17 Sep 2015

Tiffin Talk: Gendered Infidelity in Hindi Cinema

Providing a medium of expression while qualifying as an art form, cinema has been the only medium for entertainment up till not too long ago. Due to the fluid nature of film, one responds to it emotionally. That’s why cinema carries the added burd...

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Thursday, 24 Sep 2015

Depression: latest international research and advice for patients and families

Did you know one in four of us will experience a disease of the brain or mind during our lives? The Florey’s talented researchers are making great headway in the search for cures and improved treatments for many serious conditions of the brain. So...

Thursday, 22 Oct 2015

Addiction: latest research and the impact of addiction on our lives

Did you know one in four of us will experience a disease of the brain or mind during our lives? The Florey’s talented researchers are making great headway in the search for cures and improved treatments for many serious conditions of the brain. So...

Wednesday, 18 Nov 2015

Parkinson’s disease: Treatment of complications including blood pressure, the gut, swallowing and neuropsychiatric complications

Did you know one in four of us will experience a disease of the brain or mind during our lives? The Florey’s talented researchers are making great headway in the search for cures and improved treatments for many serious conditions of the brain. So...

Thursday, 19 Nov 2015

Schizophrenia: update on current research and advice for patients and families

Did you know one in four of us will experience a disease of the brain or mind during our lives? The Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health’s talented researchers are making great headway in the search for cures and improved treatments ...