Events

18
Mar
2020

Poland in the EU: Supporting or Contesting the European Order

Over the last several decades, Poland’s role in Europe has been significant though changing considerably. Yet, it is not only the role of Poland within the...
16
Mar
2020

Brexit, Ireland and the Politics of Belonging

The ANU Australian Studies Institute is pleased to host acclaimed Irish author, Fintan O’Toole, for a seminar on ‘Brexit, Ireland and the Politics of Belonging...
12
Feb
2020

Imbricating the physical and virtual: An autoethnographic study of pedagogies of place (Final PhD presentation)

The purpose of this study is to explore changes in communication styles due to the expanding availability of haptic technologies. It theorises contemporary...
12
Feb
2020

Imagery within the southern continent on a selection of world maps: 1527 to 1620 (Final PhD presentation)

For nearly two millennia the possible existence of a southern landmass haunted the European imagination. The proposition is attributed to ancient Greek...
07
Feb
2020

International investment law and the European Union: Towards a new institutional and normative framework (Final PhD presentation)

Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) started a global debate on the need to reform international investment regulation, which currently focuses on finding...
05
Feb
2020

Committing to the unknown: panel discussion on investment in novel irrigation infrastructure

Organised by the Institute for Water Futures, Fenner School of Environment & Society, ANU Centre for European Studies, and the Water Policy Innovation Hub...
28
Nov
2019

Konrad Adenauer Lecture: European identity, sovereignty & responsibility

About this Event Since its inception, the EU has been a resounding success story. The European unity project has created an enduring foundation for prosperity...

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