Notre Dame's seminar series at the Fremantle Hotel
The University of Notre Dame, Fremantle Campus
The University of Notre Dame Australia’s College of Arts is presenting a series of weekly research seminars at The Fremantle Hotel on Wednesday afternoons at 4pm and all are invited to attend.
Each week, a stellar performance from college staff, students and a guest speaker will discuss topics ranging from the history of the world to the politics of race and human behaviour.
Venue: Fremantle Hotel (Corner Cliff and High Streets) Time: Wednesday afternoons at 4pm. Week 1, 23 rd March: Deborah Gare ‘Western Perspectives of a War: identity, nation and patriotism in the Great War’ Week 2, 30 th March:
Adam Wanat Master of Arts thesis proposal (politics) Week 3, 6 th April: (to be confirmed) Guest speaker: David Bellatella ‘Insights from the nomads of Mongolia: community, culture and beliefs’ Week 4, 13 th April: Nermin Numanovic Master of Arts thesis proposal (politics) Week 5, 20 th April: Steve McDougall Master of Arts thesis proposal (politics)
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Ebbs, Michelle, "Notre Dame's seminar series at the Fremantle Hotel" (2005). Media Release Archive. 504.