The La Trobe University China Studies Research Centre presents this online event featuring Thesis Eleven editors Peter Beilharz, Sian Supski and Trevor Hogan. You can register for this event below.
The Sociology Program at La Trobe University together with Thesis Eleven Forum for Social and Political Theory invite you to the Agnes Heller Annual Sociology Lecture. This year’s Agnes Heller Annual Sociology Lecture will take the form of a memorial, with several eminent Sociologists paying tribute to the life, work and legacy of Agnes Heller
Time 5 – 7pm
Venue La Trobe City Campus,
360 Collins Street, Melbourne (Level 2, Room 2.11)
Modes of indigenous modernity: Identities, stories, pathways
Issue 145, April 2018 This special issue is the outcome of a collaborative venture – a three-day workshop between La Trobe University and Ateneo de Manila University, held in Manila. It brought together indigenous and non-indigenous researchers from both the Philippines and Australia and included aboriginal researchers in business studies, history, literature and anthropology, and non-indigenous researchers working on themes of indigenous history, material culture, film studies, literature, the visual arts, law and linguistics.
Book Launch: Multiculturalism in an age of nationalism? by Rachel Busbridge
Video: Craig Calhoun Public Lecture at La Trobe University 2017 ‘Populism, Polarization, and Democracy’
Video: The Thesis Eleven Centre presents a public lecture by Professor Craig Calhoun.
‘The Future of Nations: Anxieties about Voice and Belonging to a Global World’
A conversation on space and place-making with Noëleen Murray.
Hosted by Trevor Hogan and chaired by David McGinniss