Faculty of Education Seminar ‘(Re)conceptualising international
education: multiple discourses and discursive practices’, by Ms Norma Koehne.
Building 6, room G25, Clayton, 1 pm.
Faculty of Education Seminar ‘Indigenous education: the crisis of
survival of Indigenous languages’, by Mr Lester-Irabinna Rigney. Building 6,
room G25, Clayton, 1 pm.
Centre for Southeast Asian Studies Seminar ‘Genocide and
resistance in East Timor and Cambodia', by Professor Ben Kiernan. Elizabeth
Burchill room, building 67, Clayton, 11 am.
School of Biological Sciences Seminar ‘Biodiversity in
freshwater wetlands: patterns along a hydrological gradient’, by Ms Rhonda
Butcher. Room 653, building 17, Clayton, 1 pm.
School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics ‘From
practice to theory: tiptoeingthrough
the tulips of translation’, by Mr Adolfo Gentile, past president of the
International Federation of Translators. W510, Menzies building, Clayton, 3 pm.
School of Philosophy and Bioethics Staff Seminar Series
‘Moral epistemology’, by Professor Brian Ellis, La Trobe University. Room
W916, Menzies building, Clayton, 2.15 pm.
Lecture ‘The role of
the UN after Iraq: international security and human rights’ by Mr Kevin Rudd
MP, Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs. Alexander Theatre, building 7, Clayton,
School of Computer
Science and Software Engineering Seminar 'PoPS:
computational modelling and prediction of protease specificity', by Ms Sarah
Boyd.Room 135, building 26,
Clayton, 2 pm.
Faculty of Law,
Eleventh Lucinda Lecture ‘
“... such other federal courts as the Parliament creates” : a hundred years
of evolution’, by The Honorable Michael Black, AC, Chief Justice of the
Federal Court of Australia.Lecture
theatre R4, Rotunda, Clayton, 1 pm.
School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics Seminar ‘News interpreting of the attack on Iraq in the Japanese media’,
by Associate Professor Chikako Tsuruta, Department of Media Presentation, Mejiro
University Tokyo. Japanese Studies Centre, building 54, Clayton, 1 pm.
Faculty of Education Seminar ‘ Beyond the
limits of the MBA: leading and learning in international, multicultural
organisations’, by Dr Zane Ma Rhea. Building 6, room G25, Clayton, 1 pm.