Category: News

  1. Professor Mike Arnold: A Vote of Thanks

    Professor Michael (Mike) Arnold recently retired as head of SHAPS’s History & Philosophy of Science Program. His longtime colleague, Emeritus Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor, Janet McCalman, AC, reflects here on Mike’s career and legacy. Mike Arnold has retired from History & Philosophy of Science, leaving it, the social sciences, the university and, indeed, the world, […]

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/shaps-research/2024/02/26/professor-mike-arnold-a-vote-of-thanks

  2. Grimwade Centre Students Launch Scroll Vol. 3

    In December 2023, Student Conservators @ Melbourne (SC@M) hosted an intimate celebration at the Grimwade Centre’s nearby watering hole, The Clyde Hotel, to congratulate the new Master of Cultural Materials Conservation graduates and officially launch Scroll Vol. 3. The student-led journal celebrates its third successful release in three years. Founded by the Grimwade Centre’s Master […]

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/shaps-research/2024/02/19/grimwade-centre-students-launch-scroll-vol-3

  3. Meet Dr Sarah Corrigan, Allan J Myers Lecturer in Classics

    In 2023 we were thrilled to welcome Dr Sarah Corrigan as the newly appointed inaugural Allan J Myers Lecturer in Classics (Latin Language and Literature). Dr Corrigan received her PhD from the University of Galway in 2017 and has since held fellowships funded by the Irish Research Council, working on a variety of projects. Dr […]

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/shaps-research/2024/02/12/meet-dr-sarah-corrigan-allan-j-myers-lecturer-in-classics

  4. ‘The Man’: Taylor’s Feminism Could Go So Much Further

    In another Swiftposium-related SHAPS post, republished from Pursuit, Gender Studies PhD Candidate Dana Fahadi examines Taylor Swift’s feminism, exploration of hegemonic masculinity, and how she can do more as a role model. I’m going to say at the outset, I am a Taylor Swift fan. She is my Goddess and I am one of the […]

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/shaps-research/2024/02/08/the-man-taylors-feminism-could-go-so-much-further

  5. ‘The 1’: Something’s Been Forgotten in the Kanye-Taylor Feud

    Ahead of Taylor Swift’s Australian tour, in this article republished from Pursuit, SHAPS History Lecturer Dr Sarah Walsh talks about the drama with another celebrity, Kanye West, that occurred almost 15 years ago, and some of the nuance that has been lost in the discussion over time. Before I weigh in on exactly what happened […]

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/shaps-research/2024/02/08/the-1-somethings-been-forgotten-in-the-kanye-taylor-feud

  6. SHAPS Digest (January 2024)

    A monthly roundup of media commentary, publications, projects and other news from across the School community.

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/shaps-research/2024/02/06/shaps-digest-january-2024

  7. Creative Solutions for Conservation Challenges in Thailand

    The University of Melbourne has been collaborating with Silpakorn University, Thailand, since 1995. Most recently, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between University of Melbourne’s Faculty of Arts and Silpakorn University’s Faculty of Science and Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts. In March 2023 the University of Melbourne hosted an Incoming Research and Training Visit for residents of Silpakorn University’s Faculty of Science. During the visit, Assistant Professor Sutinee Girdthep and Dr Nattawan Worawannotai presented their work on the conservation of Thai heritage. Recent Master of Cultural Materials Conservation graduate Gen Schiesser reflects on the presentations below.

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/shaps-research/2024/01/25/creative-solutions-for-conservation-challenges-in-thailand

  8. Feminist Critiques of Sex Difference Research

    Feminist critics of sex difference research are often accused of claiming there are no sex differences, or that sex hormones have no influence on human behaviour. In this episode of the HPS Podcast, Professor Cordelia Fine joins Samara Greenwood to talk us through why this is a false characterisation. Instead, feminist researchers are digging into […]

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/shaps-research/2024/01/16/feminist-critiques-of-sex-difference-research

  9. Rabati 2023: Report on Georgian-Australian Investigations in Archaeology

    The Georgian-Australian Investigations in Archaeology (GAIA) project is a research collaboration between the Georgian National Museum and the University of Melbourne. GAIA was established by the late Emeritus Professor Antonio Sagona and Dr Claudia Sagona. SHAPS’s Andrew Jamieson reports here on the 2023 season of the GAIA dig at Rabati, with contributions from Brian Armstrong, Giorgi Bedianashvili, Catherine Longford, Abby Robinson, Claudia Sagona and Martin Tomko.

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/shaps-research/2024/01/09/rabati-2023-report-on-georgian-australian-investigations-in-archaeology

  10. SHAPS Digest (December 2023)

    A monthly roundup of media commentary, publications, projects and other news from across the School community.

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/shaps-research/2024/01/02/shaps-digest-december-2023

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