Issue 6
Tuesday, 26 April 2016
Charles Darwin University

Experts on the Go

Seminar: Towards good organisational policy for organisational goods
Who: Professor Helen Verren, Senior Research Fellow
When: Tuesday 26 April, 9.30am – 10.30am
Where: Northern Institute, Yellow Building 1, Level 2, Room 48
More: Professor Verren will explore the idea of organisational policy goods and organisational policy work. She will make the distinction between “ground-up” policy work and “top-down” policy work and suggest we need to learn to think of the concepts in our policy work as companion concepts.

Event: Gender, Culture and Power
Who: Felicity Gerry QC
When: Thursday 28 April
Where: Sydney
More: Ms Gerry will present the key note entitled “Women in Law”, and the joint paper “Gendercide and Dowry System” with the Chair, Dr Devaki Monani. 

Seminar: International Network for Indigenous Ecological Farmers Walking Workshop, Taiwan
Who: Dr Benxiang Zeng, Dr Judith Lovell and Theresa Alice
When: Friday April 29, 12.30pm – 1.30pm
Where: Higher Education Board Room, Building 15, Level 2, Alice Springs campus
More: The focus of the INIEF workshop is to safeguard traditional food and agricultural systems in the face of climate change and other pressures adversely affecting Aboriginal culture.

Conference: Female Genital Mutilation in Australia is Everyone’s Business
Who: Felicity Gerry QC
When: Friday 29 April
Where: Sydney

Who: Professor Martin Jarvis
When: Friday 6 May 
Where: Central Conservatory of Music, Beijing 
More: Professor Jarvis will present two papers to demonstrate how the use of forensic handwriting examination methods indicates that others may have written pieces of music traditionally considered to be the works of Johann Sebastian Bach and Amadeus Mozart.