September 9, 2021
Youth and Experiences of Debt David Farrugia, Julia Cook, Kate Senior, Steven Threadgold, Julia Coffey, Kate Davies, Barrie Shannon and Adriana Haro This seminar presents preliminary findings from the FEDUA funded research program ‘Regional youth in precarious times: Work, wellbeing...
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September 10, 2021
Join The University of Newcastle’s Alternative Futures Research Network (UoN-AFRN) and New Economy Network Australia (NENA) for a monthly workshop series, which invites leading scholars, intellectuals, and activists from all over the world to discuss, challenge and re-define ‘quality of...
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September 6, 2021
The University of Newcastle will kick off Social Science week with a thunderous celebration of the emerging social science scholarship and the rich diversity of inquiry happening within the disciplines of anthropology, sociology and criminology. We welcome you to a...
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September 6, 2021
Ethnography. Ethno-graphy. Culture-writing. What may this have to do with the Hunter Valley and human and environmental change? Since 2015, Hedda Askland has been conducting ethnographic fieldwork with mining affected communities in the Hunter Valley. She is one of many...
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September 7, 2021
‘What is anthropology?’, we ask our first-year students as they embark on their first week of studies with us at the University of Newcastle. The answers we get is normally manifold, ranging from ‘the study of ants’ and ‘the study...
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September 8, 2021
The University of Newcastle is excited to invite you to their third Social Science Ethnographic Film Night. Initiated as a UON Social Science event in 2019, the Ethnographic Film Night has brought together people from different continents, countries and cultures...
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September 10, 2021
What might the different types of memorials around Stockton have in common with a junkyard of cars in the Northern Territory? Join Associate Professor Kate Senior and colleagues from The University of Newcastle for a journey across and between places...
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September 9, 2021
Kathleen Folbigg has been touted as ‘Australia’s worst female serial killer’. However, even after she was found guilty in 2003 of the murder of three of her children and the manslaughter of a fourth, some people questioned the reliability of...
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September 8, 2021
Elderly individuals are often among most vulnerable in many communities. Tragically, older people are sometimes the targets of abuse. From a social perspective the elderly constitute a diverse category because they represent a complete cross-section of society: they are women...
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