The Professorial Lecture Series provides an opportunity for CDU's academics to discuss their specific areas of interest, from ecosystems through to history.
September 17, 2013
Making Australian Threatened Species legislation more effective and efficient
Professor Stephen Garnett, Professor of Conservation and Sustainable Livelihoods, Charles Darwin University
July 30, 2013
Our Asian Centuries: provenance and proximity
Professor Sharon Bell, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Charles Darwin University
June 4, 2013
Full employment abandoned: the triumph of ideology over evidence
Professor Bill Mitchell, Chair in Economics and Director for the Centre of Full Employment and Equity, Charles Darwin University
The Preservation of Biodiversity and Maintenance of Ecosystems in a Changing World
Professor Sue Carthew - Pro Vice-Chancellor, Faculty of Engineering, Health, Science and the Environment.
The Myths We Live By: Reframing History for the 21st Century
Professor Giselle Byrnes - Pro Vice-Chancellor, Faculty of Law, Business and Arts.
In 1990, the British Marxist historian Raphael Samuel − founder of the History Workshop movement, which is described as 'history from below' or the study of working-class life − published with Paul Thompson a small but important book entitled The Myths We Live By (1990).
Mrs Bach and the Cello Suites
Professor Martin W. B. Jarvis - Emeritus Artistic Director of the Darwin Symphony Orchestra.
The words 'hidden from history' are aptly used by feminist writer Anne Laurence to describe the legacy of 18th Century women.
Among these invisible women stands Anna Magdalena Bach1 – her accomplishments and contributions to music eclipsed by that of her great husband Johann Sebastian Bach.