The seminars will be held in room 601, level 6, Michie Building (#9) from 1:00pm - 2.00pm.

Semester 1, 2016

18 March    

Dr Daniel Angus

When does big data become big hype? A critical reflection of computational methods for the humanities and social sciences

8 April 

Professor Michael Balfour (Griffith University)

Theatre of possibilities: exploring hope in applied theare contexts

15 April

Associate Professor Kelly Fielding

How can we understand and communicate about contentious scientific issues?

22 April

Associate Professor Jane Johnston

Unravelling the Public Interest: digging for answers and Listening for clues.

29 April

Dr Nic Carah and Dr Sven Brodmerkel (Bond University)

Topic TBC

6 May

RHD Student Presentations (*2 hours - 12noon to 2pm)


13 May 

Associate Professor David McKnight (UNSW)

Political Spin Doctors

20 May

Associate Professor Adrian Athique

Transnationalism in the Mainstream: Re-thinking Media Studies at a Global Scale

27 May

Dr Margaret Gibson (Griffith University)

Death and grieving in digital age