Past events

18
Oct
2018

Historical trauma and the politics of epigenetic hope in Indigenous Australia

This presentation examines the recent uptake of epigenetic discourses by Indigenous Australians. While genetics has historically been rejected by First Nation...
16
Oct
2018

Public impact and engagement

These sessions are designed for HDR students and will cover a range of topics that will assist them to develop as researchers.We hear a lot about public impact...
15
Oct
2018

Luncheon with a global drug policy leader at the ACT Legislative Assembly

Following on from launching Uniting’s Fair Treatment Campaign at Sydney Town Hall by Global Drug Commissioner Sir Richard Branson with over 2000 people, the...
15
Oct
2018

The ‘biopolitics’ of housing first: governing chronic homelessness in Canada

Since the mid 2000s, Housing First has become a prevalent public response to homelessness in North American cities and is now gaining increasing attention...
08
Oct
2018

After unity, autonomy: Monsanto and the remaking of corporate power

The political influence of corporations has long been understood in terms of an image of unity. Corporate power has been seen as a function of the cohesion...
24
Sep
2018

Beyond Nothing to Hide, Nothing to Fear: Acquiescence, Value Calculus, and the Digital Practices of Affluent Surveillance Subjects

A common response to digital surveillance is the ‘nothing to hide, nothing to fear’ (NTHNTF) argument, which suggests only those with something to hide should...
19
Sep
2018

A drug policy conversation with Johann Hari

Johann Hari is a TED Talks sensation with almost 10 million views and the author of two New York Times best-selling books. His first, Chasing the Scream: the...

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