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Perspectives: Asia 2005

Perspectives: Asia seminar, The Role of Culture in Australia–Asia Relations, 21 July 2005

Mr Doug Hall, AM, Director, Queensland Art Gallery (right) with Professor Michael Wesley, Director, Griffith Asia Institute, Griffith University, at the Perspectives: Asia seminar, The Role of Culture in Australia–Asia Relations, on 21 July 2005.

Perspectives Asia Branding

Perspectives: Asia is a series of free public seminars developed and presented by the Griffith Asia Institute, Griffith University, and the Australian Centre of Asia–Pacific Art, Queensland Art Gallery, to explore issues of contemporary culture, politics and society in our region.

The Griffith Asia Institute engages in innovative, interdisciplinary research on key developments in the politics, economies, societies and cultures of Asia and the South Pacific.

The Australian Centre of Asia–Pacific Art is the research arm of the Queensland Art Gallery’s Asian and Pacific activities.
 

Seminars held in 2005

The Role of Culture in Australia–Asia Relations

21 July 2005
Jointly presented by:
Professor Michael Wesley, Director, Griffith Asia Institute, Griffith University
Mr Doug Hall, AM, Director, Queensland Art Gallery 

Tsunami: Eight Months On

18 August 2005
Jointly presented by:
Dr Robert Glasser, CEO, Care Australia
Professor Sharon Bell, Pro Vice Chancellor, Equity & Community Partnerships, Griffith University  

Jemaah Islamiyah, Democracy, and Indonesia’s Future

22 September 2005 
Presented by:
Professor Greg Fealy, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University

The Evolution of Indonesia’s Perception of Australia

13 October 2005
Presented by:
Rendra, Indonesian poet and dramatist

Our Melanesian Neighbours

Thursday 17 November 2005
Presented by:
Mr Sean Dorney, Pacific correspondent, Australian Broadcasting Corporation