Seminars

Seminars

Throughout 2017 the School of Geography and Sustainable Communities offered seminars canvasing a variety of topics that are relevant to current discussions and research.  These seminars usually take place on a Wednesdays at 12.30 pm - 1.30 pm, room location is next to each Seminar date.

As we work on our 2018 Seminar list, please see below for information on speakers and topics we had in the later part of 2017.   


Associate Professor Jason W. Moore
Fernand Braudel Center, Binghamton University

Title: Capitalocene Geographies, or, Why the Geographical Imagination Needs World History


Karma Eddison-Cogan

University of Sydney

Title: "Talk to your neighbour, live a little more”: Community and Renewal at the Garage Sale

 
Sandie Suchet-Pearson

Macquarie University

Title: Yolŋu women’s keening of songspirals: centring Indigenous understandings to nourish and share people-as-place


Affrica Taylor
University of Canberra

Title: Unsettling child-rabbit encounters: Staying with the trouble of invasive colonial legacies


Associate Professor David Bissell

The University of Melbourne

Title: Work mobilities for challenging times

 
A/Professor Tracey Skelton
National University of Singapore

Title: Hydrating Hyderabad: Rapid urbanisation, water scarcity and the difficulties and possibilities of human flourishing

Last reviewed: 5 December, 2017