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JBI LIVE webinar

Big Picture Reviews: What are they? How can we tell them apart? hosted by Dr Danielle Pollock and presented by Associate Professor Hanan Khalil, Dr Ashrita Saran and Fiona Campbell. Thursday 5 October 10-11 am. Online. Register.

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2023 James Crawford Oration

Ambassador Beth Van Schaack

Mapping International Criminal Law in Light of Russia’s Aggression in Ukraine. Join speaker Ambassador Beth Van Schaack and commentator Professor Dale Stephens CSM FAAL for a stimulating presentation of global importance. Thursday 5 October, 5–6.30pm. Braggs Lecture theatre, Braggs building, North Terrace campus. Register.

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Law 140 Gala Dinner

To celebrate 140 years of legal education, the Adelaide Law School is hosting a gala dinner The event will be opened by the Chancellor, The Honourable Catherine Branson, and the Dean of Law, Professor Judith McNamara. Thursday 5 October, 7.30 pm. National Wine Centre. Register

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The Future of Emotional Wellness

Future of emotional wellness2

Join a panel of wellbeing experts and discover the future of mental health. Speakers include Nathan Jones (PhD candidate at the School of Psychology), Dr Tiffany De Sousa Machado (Lecturer, Adelaide Business School) and Christel Cherryadi (student, School of Humanities). Friday 6 October, 3 pm. TechCentral Lecture Theatre, Lot Fourteen. Tickets.

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School of Psychology Research Seminar

Public deliberation, bioethics, and democratic governance. Professor Kieran O’Doherty (University of Guelph) will discuss mechanisms for meaningful public engagement on ethically complex aspects of science and technology. Friday 6 October, 12 pm. Room 526, Hughes Building, North Terrace campus. Register to join via zoom.

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Tasmanian Tiger Meets Hokkaido Wolf

Australia and Japan beyond eco-anxiety. A powerful short film from the School of Social Sciences will ease audiences’ eco-anxiety in a most unusual way – through exploration of the tragic extinction stories of the Australian Tasmanian tiger and Japanese Hokkaido wolf. Designed to empower people and inspire new ways of thinking about human/nature relationships for a more sustainable future, the short film will be followed by the presentation of a manga about the Hokkaido Wolf – for the first time in English – written by the creator of the worldwide phenomenon Astro Boy.

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Public Address

Secretary for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of the Philippines. The University of Adelaide and Australian Institute of International Affairs South Australia (AIIA SA) invites you to a special event with The Honorable Enrique Manalo, Secretary for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of the Philippines. During this public address, he will discuss recent developments in the country's relationship with Australia, including the priorities of the Strategic Partnership and how the two countries are working together to ensure a rules-based international order that facilitates global action. Morning tea will be provided.

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History seminar: Historical Craft and Speculative Methods

Dr Kiera Lindsey, author of the forthcoming 'speculative biography' Wild Love, will present a seminar titled ‘Historical Craft and Speculative Methods’. Monday 9 October 1pm, The Stretton Room, 420, Napier building, North terrace campus. Free.

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ATEM Conference 2023

Registrations are open for the Association for Tertiary Education Management (ATEM) Conference 2023. Folded into three intensive days, ATEM 2023 comprises keynote speakers, panel discussions, interviews, workshops, meetings of special interest groups, and a full day (equivalent) of peer-led concurrent sessions for the tertiary education industry.

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Musical Fusion - East meets West

Join a celebration of cultural diversity through music and experience the power of music to transcend boundaries and unite people. Saturday 14 October, 2.30-3.30 pm. Barr Smith Library Reading Room, North Terrace campus. Tickets.

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