ADI researchers collaborate with local, national and international colleagues to curate new knowledge and host leading scholars and emerging thinkers. We program a range of scholarly events that present the cutting edge of interdisciplinary research. ADI also supports exploratory workshops that push disciplines into new methodological territories, challenge prevailing doxa, or think through new objects of inquiry.
Deakin Anthropology Seminar: Science and technology’s role in the carceral ecologies of Los Angeles
ADI Lunchtime Seminar: Migrant Youth and Socio-Cultural Adaptation in the West
Talk Series on Sharp Power: Sharp Power, or something more? Conceptualizing Russian influence beyond ‘unwanted flows of information’
Polis Seminar – The value of International Humanitarian Law Knowledge
GDP and AVERT Seminar – Where next with Counter-Terrorism Governance, Policy and Law in Australia: lessons from the past two decades
NATIONAL SYMPOSIUM – Appraising Multiculturalism: Politics, Policy and Practice
Deakin Anthropology Seminar – Professor Megan Warin: Bodies, bridges and Barker: Postcolonial moments in Developmental Origins of Health and Disease
ADI Public Policy Forum: “The Voice in Context: Why listening to the voices of the past is key to seeing the way forward to the future”
ADI Lunchtime Seminar – Dr Leanne Kelly: Wahid Foundation Peace Village Program Evaluation
MDM Seminar – Dr Chand Somaiah: Foodcare Chains & Commensality in Pandemic Times; Migrant Domestic Workers’ Relational Food (In)security in Southeast Asia
MESF & AIIA Panel Discussion: Australia’s Relations with the Middle East
Deakin Anthropology Seminar – Dr Catherine Trundle: What is heat? Measuring heat and mapping heat stress – an anthropological account.
MESF Seminar – The Weaponization of Religious Myths: An Ethnography Shi’ite Gendered Narratives
ADI Lunchtime Seminar with Robin Scott: Bridging the Worlds of Research and Public Policy Wednesday, August 16, 2023
Deakin Anthropology Seminar – Value Binding: Imagining AI in aviation
AVERT Seminar – Ukraine Foreign Fighters: Volunteers on The Right Side or the Far-Right’s ISIS?
Masterclass by Prof Harish Naraindas: The Body Of Christ and Magic, Religion and Science
Polis Seminar – Appropriate Development Responses to Extremism: Phillipines, Indonesia & Kenya
ADI Lunchtime Seminar – Public Discussion on Sudan: Civil War and Its Implications
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