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|Game of Thrones! History, Medievalism and How It Might End||17 October 2016|
|The Song of Songs in the Middle Ages and Dante||20 October 2016|
|2017 Women in Asia Conference||26 - 28 September 2017|
PhD Asian Studies student, Moshe Yehuda Bernstein's research - “Globalization, Translation and Transmission: Sino-Judaic Cultural Identity in Kaifeng, China" featured in The New York Times.
A UWA team in collaboration with the Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation have uncovered evidence of Aboriginal occupation dating before and through the last ice age.
UWA’s Wesfarmers Chair of Australian History and chief investigator, Professor Jane Lydon plan to analyse 'glass magic lantern slides' dating back to the 17th century.
PhD Political Science and International Relations student Azim Zahir, The Centre for Muslim States and Societies interview with ABC Radio.
Associate Professor Jane Balme is a part of an archaeology team that has discovered the world’s oldest-known edge-ground hafted axe from the Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Professor Susan Broomhall analyses medieval and early modern objects and emotions, particularly as they are presented in modern museum, heritage and tourism environments.