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Monash Memo - 12 September 2001

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12 September

Language seminar - 'Word processing and language teaching', by Ms Jun Yano. Manton room SG03, Menzies building, Clayton, 1 pm.

Anatomy and Cell Biology seminar - 'Optimisation of in-vitro chondrocyte culture conditions for tissue engineering', by Ms Kandra Chaipinyo. Padua Theatre, Clayton, 4 pm.

Centre for Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies - 'Theorising visuality and Aboriginality?', by Ms Goldi Osuri. Room 809, Menzies building, Clayton, 3 pm.

Faculty of Arts seminar - 'Tricks of the trade', for higher degree research candidates. Speakers include Professor Max King and Professor Gary Bouma. Monash Research Graduate School Lounge, Clayton, 1.30 pm.

13 September

School of Music - Conservatorium seminar - 'John Cage and experimental music theatre', by MA candidate Mr Russell Goodwin. Room 226, Performing Arts Complex, Clayton, 9.30 am.

Centre for Southeast Asian Studies - 'The sacred and beloved Maubere Homeland', by anthropology honours graduate Ms Sara Graham. Manton room SG03, ground floor, Menzies building South, Clayton, 11.15 am.

Free lunchtime concert - Uri Froloff and Emma Lippa, piano and double bass. Music Auditorium, Clayton, 1.10 pm.

School of Political and Social Inquiry - 'Police, pickets and protest: public order in contemporary Australia', by Dr David Baker. Manton room SGO2 , Clayton, 1 pm.

14 September

School of Asian Languages and Studies - 'The therapeutic author and the autobiographical reader: the Taiwan writer San Mao and her agony columns', by Dr Miriam Lang. Clayton, 1 pm. For details, email Alison.Tokita@arts.monash.edu.au

18 September

Lunchmaths - 'Richardson's marvellous forecast', by Simon Clarke. Room 14, Science precinct, Clayton, 1 pm. For details, email marty@kafkaland.maths.monash.edu.au

19 September

ExPert program - 'Maximising the chances for success when applying for a postgraduate research scholarship'. Lecture theatre H6, building 11, Clayton, 2.15 pm.

Centre for Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies - 'Theatre of exile: the possible and the impossible in Gilgul Theatre 1991-1997', by Alison Richard and Yoni Prior. Room 809, Menzies building, Clayton, 3 pm.


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