Enlisting
Shakespeare
to help fight cancer
HUGH CRAIG

   Changing the
culture of rugby league - and the
armed forces

CATHARINE LUMBY

   Using language to build peace
in Australia's
region
JOSEPH LO BIANCO

   A lifetime of cultural
diplomacy helps to bind Australia
and China

COLIN MACKERRAS


 
 
 
 
   
Healing the scars of Black Saturday – and learning the lessons of history
TOM GRIFFITHS

  Archaeology gets
sexy – and draws in the tourists

TIM MURRAY
  Big History: a global origin story for the next generation
DAVID CHRISTIAN
  Making fishing more sustainable through cultural change
ELSPETH PROBYN
             
     
Oiling the wheels
of China’s New
Silk Road

BRETT NEILSON
  Learning lessons
from Antiquity about coping with grief

HAN BALTUSSEN
  Mining a rich seam
of creativity

STUART CUNNINGHAM
  A new lens on
history, a new
tourism attraction – and a new zest
for life

REBECCA MILLAR

             
     
Tailoring HIV/AIDS education for a new generation
KANE RACE
  Moving from
air-con to a ‘cool living’ future

TIM WINTER
   Australian
philosopher inspires
a Spanish prime minister

PHILIP PETTIT

  Healing the broken circles of our national life
ANNA HAEBICH

             

 
   
 Saving the Great Barrier Reef through a marriage of arts and sciences
IAIN McCALMAN

  Sydney’s Chinatown:
a global crossroads
in the Asian Century

IEN ANG
  Helping wheat farmers adapt to
a drier climate

LESLEY HEAD
  The new guardians
of Sydney’s
Georges River

HEATHER GOODALL

The Hon Christopher Pyne MP launches ‘The Power of the Humanities’

‘The Power of the Humanities: Case Studies from Leading Australian Researchers’ was launched by The Hon Christopher Pyne MP, Minister for Education and Training, at Parliament House, Canberra on Thursday 17 September 2015.

The Power of the Humanities
Media release
Full publication [pdf 2.2mb]

Speeches from the launch
• The Hon Christopher Pyne MP, Minister for Education and Training
• Professor Tom Griffiths AO FAHA, The Australian National University

For further information contact: enquiries@humanities.org.au

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