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Canberra Archaeological Society, 15 November 2017
Anthropologist Amy Way examines the human occupation and environmental prehistory of Lake George, a massive, resource-rich, upland freshwater lake that is unique in Australia, in an attempt to discover more about prehistoric foraging.
Wally Bell, Ngunawal elder
Canberra Archaeological Society, 19 April 2017
Wally Bell on keeping cultural and spiritual elements alive when dealing with a very scientific approach to archaeology on his country.
Archaeologist Dr Josephine Flood
Canberra Archaeological Society, 15 March 2017
Human occupation, artefacts, plants and animals including bogong moths in a history of archaeological excavations in the south-eastern highlands of the ACT and NSW, from Cloggs Cave, to Birrigai and Bogong Cave.
Susan Boden, Penny Spoelder, John Kerin, Mick Dodson, Phillip Toyne, Nicholas Brown and Alex Sloan
23 August 2012
Celebrate activist Rick Farley’s contribution to Australian environmental and political thought in this forum with friends, colleagues and the authors of his biography, A Way Through: The Life of Rick Farley.
Platform Conversations, 15 July 2011
Peter Singer is Australia’s best-known philosopher. Once labelled the most dangerous man on the planet, in this lecture facilitated by Jenny Brockie, he examines how well Australia is performing as a global citizen.
Dr Kirsten Wehner, National Museum of Australia
3 June 2011
Senior Curator Kirsten Wehner introduces the new National Museum gallery exploring a broad history of Australia through stories of places and their peoples.
Greer Gehrt and Eric Archer, National Museum of Australia
Collections 2010 series, 14 May 2010
Greer Gehrt and Eric Archer discuss the development of a business case for a new Centre for the National Museum of Australia Collections that balances passive design and collection management needs.
Julian Cribb, Julian Cribb and Associates Science Communicators, and Professor Will Steffan, Australian National University
10 April 2010
Dr Jenny Newell hosts a public screening of Franny Armstrong’s drama documentary about climate change, The Age of Stupid. This audio consists of her introductions and the ensuing discussion led by a climate change scientist and a science communicator.
Dr Simon Toze, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation
Recycled water discussion: A nice drop, 20 March 2010
Simon Toze explains various processes for recycling water, the kinds of chemicals that appear in water (such as pharmaceuticals, oestrogen and plasticisers) and makes a case for drinking recycled water.
John Archer, writer
4 March 2010
John Archer shares his experience of travelling the world recording the stories, legends, myths and rituals of cultures that revere water.