Faculty of Education and Arts

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New research project examines the complaints of a culture past

New research project examines the complaints of a culture past

Tuesday, 22 August 2017

What does the poetry of the disadvantaged people of the Renaissance tell us about the culture of that time?

Atolls, Arkansas and how the place you live shapes your language

Atolls, Arkansas and how the place you live shapes your language

Tuesday, 22 August 2017

How does the physical environment you live in impact on the language you use to describe it?

Between Realpolitik and Utopia

Between Realpolitik and Utopia

Thursday, 17 August 2017

UON Researcher Hans-Lukas Kieser will appear at an international conference on the Balfour Declaration and its impact on global politics.

Entangled Histories Conference: Inspiring historians to create connections

Entangled Histories Conference: Inspiring historians to create connections

Wednesday, 16 August 2017

For an Early Career Researcher like Dr Kate Ariotti of the Centre for the History of Violence and Centre for 21st Century Humanities, the Australian Historical Association Conference is an annual opportunity to be inspired, network with Australia’s leading historians and create connections in the world of Australian historical research.

PhD Scholarship: Youth and the Body

PhD Scholarship: Youth and the Body

Friday, 11 August 2017

A PhD Scholarship is available through the Faculty of Education and Arts at the University of Newcastle for a student to investigate youth and gender under the supervision of Dr Julia Coffey.

Bringing the Humanities into the digital age

Bringing the Humanities into the digital age

Tuesday, 1 August 2017

The recent launch of the Colonial Frontier Massacres Map, an online tool which maps the Aboriginal massacres that occurred across colonial Australia, saw a huge influx of visitors to the Centre for 21st Century Humanities (C21CH) website to view the map.

Open flames and real tools deter our toddlers from risky business

Open flames and real tools deter our toddlers from risky business

Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Exposing toddlers to ‘risky play’ such as access to open flames and genuine tools during their early learning actually increases their safety awareness and promotes risk aversion, new research from the University of Newcastle (UON) has found.

Humanities workshop kicks off design start-up

Humanities workshop kicks off design start-up

Tuesday, 18 July 2017

A Humanities Startup Workshop run by the University of Newcastle’s Centre for 21st Century Humanities in conjunction with Slingshot has assisted in the creation of a design service and research studio within the School of Creative Industries.