In light of the developing COVID-19 situation, The University of Queensland has taken important steps to ensure the health and wellbeing of our students, staff, alumni, partners and broader community.

UQ has made a decision to cancel all University events unless they are critical to teaching or research. This includes student, academic and public events on and off-campus until the end of June 2020.

Our thoughts are with all of you managing the consequences of the virus during this unprecedented time.

An engaged anthropology: making an anthropological career outside academe

4 April 2019 3:00pm4:30pm
Dr. David Martin, Anthropos Consulting
Isolated Silk Road location

2019 Hall Annual Lecture

22 March 2019 6:00pm8:30pm
Wandering the Silk Roads - Considering the Origins of Globalisation

Archaeology and the Global Challenge of Marine Plastics

15 March 2019 3:00pm4:00pm
Professor John Schofield

Between a rock and this place. Experiences of Community Affairs personnel at the Frieda River Project in Papua New Guinea.

14 March 2019 3:00pm4:30pm
Dr. Emilka Skrzypek, Research Fellow, Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining, University of Queensland

Ancient Technologies: Experimental and Analytical Approaches to Understanding Past Technologies

8 March 2019 3:00pm4:00pm
ARCS2010 Ancient Technologies is a second year archaeology course at UQ which aims to build understanding of the principles, evolution and sophistication of ancient technologies. Experimental archaeology is an important arm of archaeological research used to develop and test hypotheses about the practicalities, operational conditions and limitations of prehistoric technologies. As part of last years course students were expected to design and perform an experiment while filming the process. In this seminar four students will introduce their videos for our viewing pleasure.

Public Lecture: Automation and the World of Work

21 February 2019 9:45am11:00am
This event is brought to you by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Institute of Social Science Research, School of Social Science and the Sustainable Minerals Institute.

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