A Pocket Guide to Research in the Faculty of Arts, Launceston


An overview of some of the exciting research taking place in Launceston

Start Date

22nd Jun 2012 12:00pm

End Date

22nd Jun 2012 1:00pm


Tamar Room- NH. X113, Sir Raymond Ferrall building, Newnham Campus, Launceston

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This is a short, sharp, presentation on some of the research being undertaken in the Social Sciences, Humanities and Creative Arts at the Faculty of Arts, Launceston.

It is open to all interested university staff, students and members of the public.

Topics include:

  • Politics research on Gunns’ proposed Tamar Valley Pulp Mill;
  • English research on Contemporary Australian Travel Writing;
  • Interdisciplinary research on the development of Theatre in Launceston;
  • Philosophy research on the Logic of Quinean Reversability;


There will also be a Question and Answer session. Speakers include:

  • Dr Fred Gale, School of Government, Newnham Campus;
  • Dr James Chase, School of Philosophy, Newnham Campus;
  • Dr Robert Clark, School of English, Newnham Campus;
  • Dr Graham Wood, School of Philosophy, Newnham Campus;

A light lunch will be provided.

UTAS Staff and students, and members of the public are invited to attend.