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Title: Voice Theatre Lab: Incubations and Interjections – Dr Robert Lewis
Category:Research at UTAS
This talk summarises Dr Clarke’s interdisciplinary research on theatre activity of the north of the state from the early nineteen hundreds up to the contemporary times.
Published: 13 Dec 2012 Length:5:47
Voice Theatre Lab: Incubations and Interjections – Dr Robert Lewis

Voice Theatre Lab: Incubations and Interjections – Dr Robert Lewis

This talk summarises Dr Clarke’s interdisciplinary research on theatre activity of the north of the state from the early nineteen hundreds up to the contemporary times.
Published: 13 Dec 2012 10:11am
Identity, Society and Politics in Contemporary Indonesia – Prof Barbara Hatley and Dr Taufiq Tanasaldy

Identity, Society and Politics in Contemporary Indonesia – Prof Barbara Hatley and Dr Taufiq Tanasaldy

This talk summarises the research of Prof Hatley’s and Dr Tanasaldy, who are both researching post-1998 Indonesia.
Published: 13 Dec 2012 10:10am
The Operations of Risk and their interface with Social Justice issues – Dr Sonya Stanford

The Operations of Risk and their interface with Social Justice issues – Dr Sonya Stanford

This talk held during UTAS Research Week 2012 Launceston summaries Dr Stanford’s research on mental health consumer and practitioner experience of engaging and responding to issues of risk in mental health service delivery.
Published: 31 Oct 2012 8:21am
The Black War: The Experience of Frontier Conflict in Van Diemen’s Land – Nick Clements

The Black War: The Experience of Frontier Conflict in Van Diemen’s Land – Nick Clements

Nick Clements summarises his PhD research into the attitudes and experiences of the colonists and Aborigines involved in Tasmania's Black War. This presentation was part of a public session ‘A Pocket Guide to Research in the Faculty of Arts, Launceston’ during UTAS Research Week 2012.
Published: 22 Oct 2012 3:58pm
Britain and the Age of Revolutions – Dr Anthony Page

Britain and the Age of Revolutions – Dr Anthony Page

Dr Anthony Page summarises his research on the era of the Enlightenment as it was lived and focuses on the group known as the Rational Dissenters. This presentation was part of a public session ‘A Pocket Guide to Research in the Faculty of Arts, Launceston’ during UTAS Research Week 2012.
Published: 22 Oct 2012 3:54pm
Reading Reconciliation: Book Groups and ‘The Secret River’ – Dr Robert Clarke

Reading Reconciliation: Book Groups and ‘The Secret River’ – Dr Robert Clarke

This talk summaries Dr Robert Clarke’s research on a recent publishing phenomenon, the fictions of reconciliation. This presentation was part of a public session ‘A Pocket Guide to Research in the Faculty of Arts, Launceston’ during UTAS Research Week 2012.
Published: 22 Oct 2012 3:50pm
Political Economy of Sustainability – Dr Fred Gale

Political Economy of Sustainability – Dr Fred Gale

Dr Fred Gale summarises his research agenda, which integrates nature/environment as a category into political economic thought. Dr Gale’s presentation was part of a public session ‘A Pocket Guide to Research in the Faculty of Arts, Launceston’ during UTAS Research Week 2012.
Published: 11 Oct 2012 2:18pm
UTAS professors' new phonics app decodes the sounds of reading

UTAS professors' new phonics app decodes the sounds of reading

A new app developed by UTAS Faculty of Education academics, Profs’ Phonics, is being sold worldwide through iTunes. It is designed to help early readers decode the sounds of the letters in the alphabet.
Published: 04 Apr 2012 1:12pm
Researchers discuss DFTD findings

Researchers discuss DFTD findings

Scientists from UTAS’ Menzies Research Institute Tasmania and the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute in the UK discuss their research which has revealed startling new insights into the Devil Facial Tumour Disease affecting Tasmanian Devils.
Published: 02 Mar 2012 9:54am
Insights on Research in Social Work

Insights on Research in Social Work

In this UTAS Open Day public lecture, Dr Margaret Hughes, Dr Sonya Stanford and Ms Jos Baltra-Ulloa discuss the place of research in a social work context and in dealing with marginalised people. This lecture is presented by the UTAS Faculty of Arts.
Published: 07 Feb 2012 8:58am
To succeed at medium speed

To succeed at medium speed

Professor Neil Bose of the Australian Maritime College and Revolution Design’s principal design engineer, Gary Davidson, outline plans to develop a new range of medium-speed Incat multihull vessels (as featured in Research to Reality, 2011 Edition 8).
Published: 20 Jun 2011 12:24pm
A big leap out into space

A big leap out into space

Prof John Dickey speaking about the Galactic Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder Survey (as featured in Research to Reality, 2011 Edition 7).
Published: 12 Apr 2011 2:17pm
Mawson, Macquarie Island and Sea Levels

Mawson, Macquarie Island and Sea Levels

Mawson, Macquarie Island and Sea Levels is featured in the current edition of Research to Reality, 2010 Edition 6.
Published: 31 Jan 2011 9:52am
Exertime

Exertime

Exertime is a computer-based health initiative to reduce occupational sitting time by office based employees developed by Dr Dean Cooley and Dr Scott Pedersen from the Faculty of Education.
Published: 23 Dec 2010 8:54am
Childhood determinants of adult health study

Childhood determinants of adult health study

Associate Professor Venn’s current research focuses on the causes of common preventable diseases, with a study into childhood determinants of adult health.
Published: 13 Oct 2010 2:31pm
Social dimensions of climate change - Dr Melissa Nursey-Bray

Social dimensions of climate change - Dr Melissa Nursey-Bray

Dr Nursey-Bray talks about research at AMC with a focus on the social dimensions of climate change.
Published: 13 Oct 2010 2:30pm
Micro organisms & food safety - Assoc Prof Tom Ross

Micro organisms & food safety - Assoc Prof Tom Ross

Associate Professor Ross provides an overview of research that is changing the way the food industry operates.
Published: 13 Oct 2010 2:09pm
Field based climate research - Assoc Prof Mark Hovenden

Field based climate research - Assoc Prof Mark Hovenden

Associate Professor Hovenden talks about the UTAS field based global change impacts facility, one of a few in the world.
Published: 13 Oct 2010 2:09pm
Law & the genetics revolution - Prof Don Chalmers

Law & the genetics revolution - Prof Don Chalmers

Professor Chalmers talks about the extensive research into the ethical, legal and social implications of the genetics revolution, on a world wide scale.
Published: 13 Oct 2010 2:09pm
Separation science - Dr Emily Hilder

Separation science - Dr Emily Hilder

Dr Hilder talks about her work in separation science including extensive research in the area of counter-terrorism.
Published: 13 Oct 2010 2:09pm
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