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  1. Arts Graduate Employability Day

    Room H125 (Building H, Level 1, room 25, Caulfield)

    29 August 2019

    Knowing how to study is one thing, but how do you land a graduate job?
    Come along to the Arts Graduate ...

    https://arts.monash.edu/news-and-events/arts-events/calender-events/arts-graduate-employability-day
  2. “Peopling the Country by Unpeopling It”: Jeremy Bentham’s Silences on Indigenous Australia

    Room E561, Menzies (building 20), Clayton campus

    30 August 2019

    This presentation will examine the emotional landscape of Jewish refugee youth as they undertook the journey from Nazi Europe to ...

    https://arts.monash.edu/philosophical-historical-international-studies/news-and-events/events/events/peopling-the-country-by-unpeopling-it-jeremy-benthams-silences-on-indigenous-australia
  3. Friday Philosophy Staff Seminar Week 5

    Room E561, Menzies building, fifth floor, Monash Clayton campus

    30 August 2019

    Speaker: Chris Letheby, UWA (chair: Chadha)
    Title: The Comforting Delusion Objection and the Mechanisms of Psychedelic Therapy
    Abstract: Psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy is making ...

    https://arts.monash.edu/philosophical-historical-international-studies/news-and-events/events/events/friday-philosophy-staff-seminar-week-4
  4. Joachim of Fiore and the Critique of Scholastic Theology: History, and the Coming Age of the Holy Spirit

    Room E561, Menzies (building 20), Clayton campus

    6 September 2019

    Jeremy Bentham was a utilitarian philosopher, theorist of international law, critic of convict transportation, and promoter of the panopticon. Since ...

    https://arts.monash.edu/philosophical-historical-international-studies/news-and-events/events/events/joachim-of-fiore-and-the-critique-of-scholastic-theology-history,-and-the-coming-age-of-the-holy-spirit
  5. Friday Philosophy Staff Seminar Week 6

    Room E561, Menzies building, fifth floor, Monash Clayton campus

    6 September 2019

    No seminar is scheduled for today.

    https://arts.monash.edu/philosophical-historical-international-studies/news-and-events/events/events/friday-philosophy-staff-seminar-week-6
  6. “Treated like Chinamen”: United States Immigration Restriction and White British Subjects

    Room E561, Menzies (building 20), Clayton campus

    13 September 2019

    In 1921, the United States introduced national immigration quotas. Although designed to curb the arrival of ‘undesirables’ from south-east Europe, ...

    https://arts.monash.edu/philosophical-historical-international-studies/news-and-events/events/events/treated-like-chinamen-united-states-immigration-restriction-and-white-british-subjects
  7. Friday Philosophy Staff Seminar Week 7

    Room E561, Menzies building, fifth floor, Monash Clayton campus

    13 September 2019

    Philosophy Honours Student Presentations

    https://arts.monash.edu/philosophical-historical-international-studies/news-and-events/events/events/friday-philosophy-staff-seminar-week-7
  8. Wednesday Philosophy Staff Seminar Week 8

    Room N602, Menzies building, sixth floor, Monash Clayton campus

    18 September 2019

    Speaker:
    David Owen, Southampton (joint event with Politics & IR)

    https://arts.monash.edu/philosophical-historical-international-studies/news-and-events/events/events/wednesday-philosophy-staff-seminar-week-8
  9. The Gendered Dimensions of International Development: Israeli Aid Programs for Kenyan Women, 1962-1973

    Room E561, Menzies (building 20), Clayton campus

    20 September 2019

    In 1921, the United States introduced national immigration quotas. Although designed to curb the arrival of ‘undesirables’ from south-east Europe, ...

    https://arts.monash.edu/philosophical-historical-international-studies/news-and-events/events/events/the-gendered-dimensions-of-international-development-israeli-aid-programs-for-kenyan-women,-1962-1973