The Gender-based Violence roundtable discussion will draw on the expertise of leading experts in the field of gender-based violence to explore the latest findings in scholarship in the humanities and social sciences on this pressing global problem
Guide dogs, the World Health Organization (WHO) and female characters of The West Wing – while these may appear to have little in common, at one time they have all been career goals for recent graduate Erin Prince.
The Cervantes Institute is pleased to present in Australia the cycle of conferences "Atapuerca, research for the 21st century" in collaboration with the guest Robert Sala Ramos, director of IPHES and professor of Prehistory at the URV and in colla
Research from UNSW Sydney is among the best in the world with the University receiving more top ratings in broad fields of research than any other Australian university in the 2018 Excellence in Research in Australia (ERA) analysis.
The project aims to give women an autonomous history of their own as proactive consumers altering spaces outside the domestic sphere. This approach can be applied to consumption histories in different geographical contexts.