The Faculty of Humanities is comprised of four schools. Each school has multiple departments which specialise in a wide array of degrees.
Dr Alexey Muraviev was invited by Japan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) recently for high-level, bilateral strategic discussion between Australia and Japan.
The eminent Lowy Institute recently published an opinion piece written by Social Sciences and Security Studies PhD candidate Anne-Marie Balbi in The Interpreter.
Curtin University and Fremantle Press are giving emerging writers the opportunity to pitch their ideas to publishers and writing professionals at a free event in Margaret River on Saturday 4 June.
REMIX is about finding new ways to present our culture. Children, innovators, coders and designers: we invite you to re-interpret our fantastic collection.
Professor Triggs will examine the current state of play of human rights in Australia. Australia enjoys limited constitutional or legislative protections of fundamental rights and freedoms, instead adopting a multi-faceted approach to human rights protection