Artist: Ajahn Brahm
Ajahn Brahm will be giving dhamma talks in Sydney on the 12th and 13th of August, 2011. Click on the links in blue for maps and related sites.
Date: 12 Aug 2011 - 14 Aug 2011
Artist: Carole Cusack
Woolley Common Room
University of Sydney
11AM - 5PM
Cost $20 (includes lunch and non-stop tea/coffee)
Date: 29 Apr 2011 - 30 Apr 2011
Artist: Centre for Contemporary Theory: University of Pune
The Forum on Contemporary Theory has been conducting an intensive course in Theory/Praxis since 2003 for the benefit of scholars across disciplines interested in new developments in Theory and their application.
Date: 14 Jun 2010 - 10 Jul 2010
Artist: Dr Philip A Quadrio
Modernity has been analysed as a process of secularisation where religion progressively declines in favour of 'rational' or 'scientific' understandings of the world.
Date: 26 Feb 2009 - 28 Feb 2009
Artist: Buddhist nuns (Bhikkunis), Dr Paul Fuller
This seminar will consider a number of issues relating to how women have been perceived throughout Buddhist history.
Date: 13 Dec 2008 - 14 Dec 2008
Artist: Carole Cusack, Patrick Olivelle, Professor of Sanskrit and Indian Religions, Department of Asian Studies, University of Texas at Austin
This paper deals with the debate on Dharma, which is the central focus of Asvaghosa's Buddhacarita, within the social and political context of the Kushana period in North India.
Date: 07 Mar 2008 - 08 Mar 2008
Artist: Emeritus Professor Garry W. Trompf
contribution to the department is here celebrated in a volume edited by two of his former students, Frances di Lauro and Victoria Barker.
Date: 04 Dec 2007 - 05 Dec 2007
Artist: Prof. Andrew Benjamin (Monash University), Dr. Matheson Russell (University of Auckland), Dr. Damien Byers, Dr. Diego Bubbio (University of Sydney), Dr. Philip Quadrio (Macquarie University)
This conference considers the contributions made by modern European thinkers to both philosophy of religion and philosophical theology.
Date: 30 Nov 2007 - 01 Dec 2007
Artist: Religion, Literature and Arts Conference 2007: Professor Norman Simms
Crypto-Jews: Quixotic Knights of the Sad Countenance
Date: 20 Sep 2007 - 21 Sep 2007
Artist: Assoc. Prof. Jake Lynch, Assoc. Prof. Ahmad Shboul AM, Prof. Ian Howard, Avril Alba, Ella Dreyfus, Assoc. Prof. Michael Griffith, Dr Sue-Anne Wallace, Christopher Allen adn Rev. Rod Pattenden
This study day would explore the recent controversial relationship of religion, art and belief in a contemporary world looking for peace.
Date: 15 Sep 2007 - 16 Sep 2007
Artist: Max Deutscher
This important work is both the first book-length study of Hannah Arendt's The Life of the Mind, and at the same time a philosophic work on the core concepts of thinking, willing and judging.
Date: 31 Aug 2007 - 01 Sep 2007
Artist: ADAM POSSAMAI
These are hyper-real religions, that is a simulacrum of a religion partly created out of popular culture which provides inspiration for believers/consumers.
Date: 01 Oct 2005 - 02 Oct 2005
Artist: Community Rally
Community Rally: Hyde Park 12 noon or Parramatta Town Square 2 pm.
Date: 20 Mar 2005 - 21 Mar 2005
Artist: paddy and amber
Student Walk Out
Sydney uni Meet 12 pm front lawns
Date: 17 Mar 2005 - 18 Mar 2005
Artist: John Pilger
In dependent juornalist and film maker John Pilger will speak on the reality of post-election in Iraq and lies behind the war on terror. This will also be an opportunity to discuss how we can build a movement capable of ending the brutal occupation.
Date: 10 Mar 2005 - 11 Mar 2005
A Socialist Alternative Club Meeting
Date: 09 Mar 2005 - 10 Mar 2005
Holme Building, Science Road, (Parrallel to Parramatta Road), Sydney University, $2/$3/$5
Date: 09 Mar 2005 - 20 Mar 2005
Artist: Karl Marx
So apparently we still have the same problems as wer in Marx' day. Are our solutions different, worse or better?
Date: 08 Mar 2005 - 10 Mar 2005