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Position advertised: Lecturer in East Asian History UniMelb

Advertised: 23 May 2022 12:05 AM AUS Eastern Standard Time Applications close: 04 Jul 2022 11:55 PM AUS Eastern Standard Time Location: Parkville Role type: Full time; Continuing Faculty: The Faculty of Arts Department/School: School of Historical and Philosophical Sciences Salary: Level B – $110,236 – $130,900 p.a. plus 17% super For full details, please see the University …

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‘Silence #1.6.1’ solo exhibition by Thai artist Pimpisa Tinpalit

Venue: Counihan Gallery, 233 Sydney Road (inside Brunswick Town Hall), Brunswick, VIC Dates: Saturday 4 June 2022 to Sunday 24 July 2022 Opening on Saturday 4th June, ‘Silence #1.6.1’ is a solo exhibition by Thai artist Pimpisa Tinpalit is a philosophical study of death and how all metaphysical conditions co-exist. Death can provide insight into …

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Waste of a Nation: Garbage and Growth in India wins the prestigious Reid Prize.

President of the Asian Studies Association of Australia, Professor Kate McGregor is thrilled to announce the winner of the Asian Studies Association of Australia’s inaugural Reid Prize, the most prestigious prize in Australia and New Zealand for work in the field of Asian studies that has made an exemplary contribution to the understanding of Asia. …

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THY PHU Warring Images: Vietnam Pictorial and the Colours of Socialist Futurity

The second program in our 2022 Sydney Asian Art Series, Troubling Images, coonvened by Olivier Krischer. This presentation explores the construction of socialist ways of seeing in Vietnam, focusing on the communist illustrated magazine, Vietnam Pictorial, which deployed color images as a means to project visions of socialist futurity, conjuring forth revolutionary renovations at a …

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