May 2022

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Eliorah Malifa
02
May
2022

Hollywood in the Pacific: Developing sustainable screen industry in the Pacific

Eliorah Malifa
Speaker: Eliorah Malifa PLEASE NOTE: This is a hybrid event and will take place in-person as well as on Zoom Current global screen industry practices continuously take from the Pacific in a manner that is not mutually beneficial (Pendakur, 1990). Between 2015 and 2020, a number of blockbuster...

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02
May
2022

Career pathways: Everything you need to know about DFAT Graduate Program

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Each year DFAT selects a diverse range of graduates from a variety of disciplines into its graduate program. They are looking for candidates who are curious about the world and interested in taking up a challenge. The 2 year graduate program will prepare you for a rich and rewarding career with...

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Leituala Kuiniselani Tago
04
May
2022

Reconceptualizing Security in the Pacific and the Boe Declaration

Leituala Kuiniselani Toelupe Tago
Speaker: Leituala Kuiniselani Toelupe Tago Leituala Kuiniselani Toelupe Tago’s doctoral research seeks to reconceptualise security in the Pacific region towards shaping a regional security framework that is not only fit for purpose but one that is embedded in Pacific philosophies and...

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10
May
2022

Myth, monarchy, democracy and contest: Thoughts towards defining a Thai memoryscape

Greg Raymond
Memoryscapes connect physical space, shared imaginings, and mental maps of history. Thailand’s state-sanctioned royalist-nationalist history dominates its memoryscape, placing Thai monarchs at the heart of national identity and collective memory. Sites of memory are arranged hierarchically and...

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23
May
2022

The future(s) of International Relations

Laura J. Shepherd
In this talk, I consider the future(s) of international relations practice and International Relations as a discipline. I begin by weighing the international, exploring what is at stake in setting up a focus on international relations, as distinct from other kinds of relations. This involves an...

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23
May
2022

‘Saving British face’: Operation Semut and the Borneo Campaign, 1945

Christine Helliwell
Operation Semut, a secret operation launched by Special Operations Australia (SOA) into Sarawak in March 1945, was ostensibly to support the impending Australian landings at Labuan and around Brunei Bay planned for June. But another, secret, aim – a result of British control over SOA – was to ‘save...

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26
May
2022

Contemporary trends in Pacific media and potential implications for society and governance

Dr. Shailendra Singh
Speaker: Dr. Shailendra Singh Head of journalism, University of the South Pacific. Handicapped as they are by various structural weaknesses, Pacific media nonetheless play a crucial role in good governance and efforts to address corruption. Pacific media are characterised by resource constraints...

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