The Centre for the History of European Discourses was incorporated in the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities in August 2015.

The information in this website is therefore out of date but retained for archival and staff purposes.

        Symposium Lecture by Ian Hunter

Symposium Lecture by Ian Hunter

   'The Post-Sixties Humanities in the Australian University'        6.00 pm Friday 30 March &...

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 Symposium - Virtual Anatomies

Symposium - Virtual Anatomies

Virtual Anatomies:The Cultural Impact of New Medical Imaging Technologies The aim of this symposium is to assess the cultural impact of new medical imaging technologies, taking account of their popular effects while also evaluating the medical, ethical, legal and philosophical issues they raise.

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'Science without God: Religion, Naturalism and the Sciences'  conference at Florida State University,  14 - 16 February 2013
A seminar to honour Professor Peter Cryle

A seminar to honour Professor Peter Cryle

  A seminar to honour Professor Peter Cryle   Tuesday November 8 at 2pm

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Australian Academy of the Humanities 44th Annual Symposium
Call for Papers for the Religious History Association  33rd Annual Conference,  July 2014
Dr Elizabeth Stephens awarded an Australian Council grant.

Dr Elizabeth Stephens awarded an Australian Council grant.

    Elizabeth was awarded this grant ($30,000)  jointly with Oron Catts (UWA), for the project  'Demonstrable Science' in Experimental Art (2014)

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Dr Knox Peden awarded a prestigious ARC DECRA

Dr Knox Peden awarded a prestigious ARC DECRA

  Dr Knox Peden was awarded a DECRA in the  lastest round of ARC grants annoucend 8th November 2013.  Thisgrant will allow Knox to work on his project ' Secularism and Philiospy:  The Challenge of Spinozism'  for the...

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Governing Human Beings in the Age of the Brain: A symposium with Professor Nikolas Rose

Governing Human Beings in the Age of the Brain: A symposium with Professor Nikolas Rose

  Governing Human Beings in the Age of the Brain: A Symposium with Nikolas Rose

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History on a Grand Scale - 'Hayden White's Metahistory, Forty Years On' - Dr Knox Peden (UQ) - Thursday 6 March 4:00-5:30
Intellectual History and Modernity 'The Universal Declaration of Human rights in the History of Cosmopolitanism'   Professor Samuel Moyn (Columbia)
Intellectual History and Modernity - 'Stories of Saint Domingue, Stories of Haiti, Stories of the World'  Professor Jeremy Popkin (Kentucky)
McKenzie Wark - a public seminar

McKenzie Wark - a public seminar

If the study of culture and media is to regain its critical edge, perhaps one thing that is called for is a return to some neglected threads in the history not only of the study of culture but of interventions within it.

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Narratives of Secularization - 'Science and Secularization' - Professor Peter Harrison  (CHED)
New Perspectives on the Early Modern - 'The Jesuit Pedagogy of the Passions in the 17th Century:  Nicolas Causin and Polyhistory' - Dr Raphaele Garrod (UWA) - Thursday 24 October 4:00-5:30
Public lecture - Professor Sanjay Seth - Tuesday May 1 2012 at 2pm

Public lecture - Professor Sanjay Seth - Tuesday May 1 2012 at 2pm

  'Once I was Blind but now I can See: Modernity and the Social Sciences'

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Public Seminar Series 2012 'The Two Cultures' - April 12   Prof. John Gascoigne UNSW 'Encompassing Secular and Sacred Knowledge: The Place of Science in the Dissenting Academies from the late 17th -19th Centuries'
Public Seminar Series 2012 'The Two Cultures' - April 19 2012, Prof. David Christian (Macquarie)
Public Seminar Series 2012 'The Two Cultures' - March 8,    Prof. Richard Yeo (Griffith) 'Early Modern Scientific Note-Takers:  Between two Worlds'
Public Seminar Series 2012 'The Two Cultures' - May 3 2012, Prof. Martin Stuart-Fox (UQ)
Evolution and Progress Michael Ruse

Evolution and Progress Michael Ruse

Evolution and Progress: An Uneasy Symbiosis Public Lecture, Monday, 17 June 2013, 6:30 - 7:30pm Professor Michael Ruse, Florida State University

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