The School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies’ teaching covers many of the key areas of human societies and includes programs at all levels: research degrees, postgraduate coursework, and majors within the Bachelor of Arts and the Bachelor of Letters. It forms an active research community, producing many publications for both scholarly and general audiences.
- International Studies honours student Alannah Cusin has taken first prize in the Arts Faculty’s recent ‘3 Minute Honours Thesis’ competition, which saw students from across the faculty racing against the clock to explain their thesis topics in 3 minutes. Alannah’s thesis, entitled ‘Remembering Dismemberment: The Politics of Memory in Bosnia and Herzegovina’ examines the politics of Read more
- The Australian Generations Oral History Project has interviewed 300 people living in Australia born between 1920 – 1989. The interviews explore Australian life and society across time, and illuminate generational change and inter-generational dynamics. This event is the researchers’ first opportunity to share their findings about 20th and 21st century history and memory. Read more
- Public Lecture, "The therapeutic imagination and public history: reflections on trauma and memory" Read more
- ACJC and History host international research symposium on Trauma and Testimony Read more
- “Controversial Questions about Life” Julia Hinde 25 October 2013 The Age click here to read article Read more
- Congratulations to SOPHIS staff: 2013 Dean’s Award for Excellence in Research by an Early Career ResearcherThe 2013 Dean’s Award for Excellence in Resarch by an Early Career Researcher was announced last week – congratulations to Dr Catherine Mills of the philosophy program for winning the award, and congratulations also to Dr Adam Clulow of the history program who has been highly commended. Dr Mills graduated with a PhD in the discipline Read more