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11
Apr
2017

De Gruyter and Publishing Partners support fact-based analysis

De Gruyter and a number of prestigious university presses are making books and journal articles across nine topical areas freely available until the end of 2017 on degruyter.com. Broadening access to these areas of scholarship enables more people, including non-academics, to address these issues in an informed manner: it helps to combat false news sources, to reflect on the nature of truth and ethics, and to understand the struggles of all...Read more

06
Apr
2017

Systemic Integration between Climate Change and Human Rights in International Law?

ANU Centre for European Studies Visiting Fellow Dr Ottavio Quirico from the University of New Engand, NSW has published an interesting article in the Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights entitled 'Systemic Integration between Climate Change and Human Rights in International Law?' 2017, Vol. 35(I) 31-50 UN human rights organs have persistently invoked the integration of fundamental rights into the UNFCCC regime and the Paris Agreement now...Read more

31
Mar
2017

'The West Verandah: The Life and Work of Les Murray' edited by Dr Sonia Mycak

Les Murray is Australia’s leading poet and one of the greatest contemporary poets writing in the English Language. Presenting the work of critics and scholars from both Australia and abroad, this collection creates a synergy between local and international perspectives on the life and work of Les Murray. The West Verandah was edited by Dr Sonia Mycak, Ukrainian Studies Foundation in Australia Research Fellow at the ANU Centre for European...Read more

31
Mar
2017

Which are the next walls to fall? Calling for young researchers and professionals to showcase their ideas

Falling Walls Lab Australia calls for talented young researchers and professionals to showcase their most innovative ideas at Falling Walls Lab Australia 2017. The Lab is a platform for excellent young researchers, Bachelor, Master and PhD students, postdocs, young professionals, entrepreneurs and innovators from all disciplines from Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Island Forum (PIF) Nations. Participants will get the opportunity to present...Read more

28
Mar
2017

'Gaps in EU Foreign Policy: The Role of Concepts in European Studies' by Prof. Henrik Larsen

'Gaps in EU Foreign Policy: The Role of Concepts in European Studies' (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017) is an insightful new book by Professor Henrik Larsen from the University of Copenhagen. "This book argues that theories of European foreign policy are performative: they create the objects they analyse. In this text, Larsen outlines the performativity approach to the role of theories based on the work of Derrida and goes on to examine the...Read more

22
Mar
2017

60th anniversary of the Treaties of Rome

March 2017 marks the 60 th anniversary of the signing of the Treaties of Rome, which laid the foundations for the European Union we know today. An array of events is taking place around Europe and Australia to acknowledge the 60 th anniversary, including celebrations at Parliament House in Canberra, attended by ANUCES Director Professor Jacqueline Lo and Deputy Director Anne McNaughton . Also in attendance were Members of Parliament, including...Read more

21
Mar
2017

ANCLAS and ACF Research Publication Notice

ANCLAS and ACF Research Publication Notice: Public Policy and Presidentialism in Brazil, a special issue of the journal Policy Studies guest edited by ANCLAS Deputy Director Dr Sean W Burges and Australian Centre for Federalism Director, Dr Tracy Beck Fenwick. The Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies (ANCLAS) and the Australian Centre for Federalism (ACF) are pleased to announce the release of a special issue of the scholarly...Read more

21
Mar
2017

ACF and ANCLAS Research Publication Notice

The Australian National Centre for Latin American Studies (ANCLAS) and the Australian Centre for Federalism (ACF) are pleased to announce the release of a special issue of the scholarly journal Policy Studies jointly guest edited by ANCLAS Deputy Director Dr. Sean W Burges and ACF Director Dr Tracy Beck Fenwick. The special issue stems from the 2015 Latin American and the Shifting Sands of Global Power annual conference, which was jointly hosted...Read more

21
Mar
2017

PACE-Net Plus: A bridge over Europe and the Pacific region for science, technology and innovation

ANU academic Dr Katherine Daniell is one of the expert contributors to PACE-NET Plus , and the recent release of its Outcomes Report . This compendium presents the outcomes of PACE-NET Plus , a project funded by the European Commission (EC) under the 7 th Framework Programme, which united 16 partners in the Pacific and the European Union. The project was coordinated by the French Research Institute for Sustainable Development (IRD) to strengthen...Read more

21
Mar
2017

Graduate of the ANU Latin American Studies Bachelors degree opening Cafe Stepping Stone in Cartagena, Colombia

Vanessa Brettell recently finished university as one of the first graduates of the Australian National University's Latin American Studies Bachelors degree. Vanessa and friend Tom Navakas are now heading to Colombia to open a not-for-profit cafe, Cafe Stepping Stone in Cartagena, Colombia dedicated to building menus around local produce and training locals in hospitality and management. Read more here: http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/...Read more

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