Public lectures

Performance and book launch: Scotty So and Chunxiao Qu

Friday 07 October 05:30pm

Scotty So will lead us on a roving drag performance. Artist and poet Chunxiao Qu will read from her latest book of cutting, humorous poetry, published by Discipline

Living with Disability Research Centre Seminar

Wednesday 12 October 02:30pm

October Seminar

Australia and China: A Conversation with Paul Keating

Wednesday 12 October 05:00pm

La Trobe University’s Ideas and Society Program is extremely pleased to be able to invite you to an online discussion between former Prime Minister, Paul Keating, and James Curran, a Professor of History at the University of Sydney and author of Australia's China Odyssey, on a question fundamental to the future of Australia--our relations with China and, thus, the United States. 

Rae Alexander Lecture with Dr Geoff Raby AO

Thursday 13 October 06:00pm

The La Trobe University Art History Alumni Chapter is pleased to invite you to the 25th annual Rae Alexander Lecture; The Accidental Collection – the Geoff Raby Collection of Chinese Contemporary Art.

One of the lasses? Attitudes to trans inclusion and safety in gender-based violence support services

Wednesday 19 October 04:00pm

ARCSHS invites you to a research and practice seminar with Newcastle University (UK)'s Professor Rachel Pain, exploring the experiences of trans women, service users and sector workers around accessing domestic and sexual abuse support services in the UK.

Social Change and Equity: Building Industry Partnerships

Thursday 20 October 10:00am

Discover the impactful ways that our researchers and industry have partnered to make change. Lead by Research Theme Lead – Katie Holmes, register now for this in-person industry partnership event.

Ideas & Society Program: 'The Superpower Transformation' – Ross Garnaut and Tim Flannery in Conversation

Tuesday 25 October 05:00pm

Join Australia's most influential, original and forward-looking economist, Ross Garnaut, and our most eminent climate activist, scientist and author, Tim Flannery, in a conversation concerning the future not only of Australia but also of humankind.

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