Past events

29
Mar
2018

Ethnic Parties, Ethnic Tensions? Results of an Original Survey Panel Study in Romania

Ethnic diversity is often seen to be detrimental to national unity, especially if ethnicity is used as basis for political mobilization: ethnic parties in...
27
Mar
2018

Breaking the Data Silos

The volume of data recorded about our lives is increasing exponentially yet we are not getting any closer to the holy grail of evidence-based policy.We need to...
23
Mar
2018

Incommensurables: Art, Law, Philosophy

An interdisciplinary panel discussion in conjunction with Incommensurable, ANU Drill Hall Gallery's current exhibition. 12pm on Friday 23 March, in the main...
22
Mar
2018

Promissory Representation: Making, Breaking and Keeping Campaign Promises

This presentation will examine the making, breaking and keeping of promises made by candidates during election campaigns. Promissory representation refers to...
16
Mar
2018

The Seductions of Quantification: Challenges of the Global Indicator Culture for University Education

The NTEU is proud to host Professor Sally Engle Merry, the Silver Professor of Anthropology at New York University, for the March installment of the NTEU...
15
Mar
2018

Queering Representation: LGBTQ Politicians' Narratives on Being Out

Over the last few years, a new trend has arisen in legislative representation in the Western Hemisphere: the election to parliaments of out-of-the-closet...
08
Mar
2018

Glass Cliffs? Gender and Party Leader Exits

The number of women chosen to lead political parties at the provincial and federal level in Canada has increased in recent years. The improving trend in their...

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