Public lectures

2017 Furphy Lecture

Monday 25 September 05:45pm

Join us to hear Matthew Richardson discuss the topic "How Minds Began: Classical Evolutionary Insights that Escaped Darwin and Dawkins"

Social cohesion in the Goulburn Valley

Wednesday 27 September 05:45pm

Join us for the sixth Bold Thinking Series lecture, and our second regional lecture for 2017, where we discuss the Goulburn Valley’s relative success at receiving, and accommodating, large numbers of migrants of different ethnic origins over a long period.   The different groups and subsequent emerging communities represent diversity in not only nationality, culture and circumstance, but also in the way that their migration has occurred.

Magic: A View From Archaeology

Wednesday 04 October 06:00pm

The Department of Archaeology and History at La Trobe University invites you to the 2017 Allen Lecture:

Women in leadership - Albury-Wodonga

Thursday 12 October 06:30pm

Facilitated by Professor Amalia Di Iorio, join Alana Johnson and a panel of community and industry leaders, to discuss gender equality, rural development and leadership.

2017 Rae Alexander Lecture

Thursday 19 October 05:45pm

You are invited to the twentieth annual La Trobe University Art History Alumni Rae Alexander Lecture. Please join us to hear leading art historian Dr Richard Haese explore the landmark exhibition, The Field, as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of this remarkable showcase.

Women in Leadership – Bendigo

Wednesday 25 October 06:30pm

Facilitated by Professor Amalia Di Iorio, join Alana Johnson and a panel of community and industry leaders, to discuss gender equality, rural development and leadership.

Kevin Rudd on China’s Rise and a New World Order

Thursday 26 October 12:15pm

China’s emergence as a global power of the first rank has changed the Asian region and the world. It has reordered established patterns of trade and investment, unsettled a long standing balance of power in Asia and brought old historical antagonisms to the surface.

Beyond the Newsroom

Friday 27 October 02:00pm

The New Beats journalism project and La Trobe University’s Transforming Human Societies Research Focus Area are delighted to welcome Professor Mark Deuze for a research seminar and public lecture.

Digital Research for Arts Social Sciences and Commerce

Thursday 23 November 09:15am

The College of Arts, Social Science and Commerce in conjunction with the Research Focus Area Transforming Human Society and the Digital Research Team are pleased to announce a workshop of Digital research in Arts, Social Science and Commerce with Professor Deb Verhoeven as keynote speaker.

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