News and Events
The latest news and events from the Faculty of Arts and Education at Deakin University.
27 July - 'The Arab Exception?' International Conference - Melbourne City Centre
28 July - Philosophy Seminar
29 July - UNESCO Chair Oration with Nobel Peace Prize recipient Dr Rigoberta Menchu - Melbourne City Centre
29 July - Cultural Heritage Seminar 'Gelibolu/Gallipoli - World Heritage?' - Melbourne City Campus
14 August - The Unruly Techniques symposium will map the knowledge practices informing current research projects across the arts and sciences - Melbourne City Centre
11-13 September - Word for Word Festival Geelong
Celebrating our outstanding students – presentation of Academic Awards for 2014
Faculty of Arts and Education Pro Vice-Chancellor, Professor Brenda Cherednichenko, was delighted recently to present academic awards to six of our outstanding students.
Deakin animation students have hit the big screen at this year's Melbourne International Animation Festival
The Stardom and Celebrity of David Bowie is a two-day multi-discipline symposium that brings together artists, academics and cultural commentators to reflect upon the influences of and on David Bowie in rock, pop, film, art, fashion and performance.
One of White Night Melbourne's most popular events is about to launch back to life thanks to a new mobile app created by Deakin Motion.Lab
The destruction of ancient heritage sites across Iraq and Syria by fundamentalists, such as the Islamic State's annihilation of the ancient Assyrian city of Nimrud reported this weekend, is cultural genocide on a scale that has never been seen before, according to a Deakin University Middle East expert.
A cutting-edge fusion of live performance and new technologies will light up the iconic Federation Square at the highly anticipated White Night Melbourne later this month
The School of Humanities and Social Sciences has won an extensive contract with the Department of Defence to deliver programs at the Centre for Defence and Strategic Studies in Canberra.
Deakin University Australia, in partnership with Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg, Germany, is pleased to announce a new Dual Award Program in Cultural Heritage and World Heritage Studies.
Congratulations to Madison Robinson on receiving Deakin's Young Alumni of the Year award.
A young Deakin University criminologist committed to the study of men who murder while also acting as a passionate voice for victims of crime has been recognised as one of Australia's most influential women.
The University received the Premier's Award for International Education Provider of the Year and won two other 2014 Victorian International Education Awards: Excellence in Education (University) and Excellence in International Education (Student Employability and Careers).
The Faculty was delighted to present academic awards to outstanding students at presentation events in Geelong and Burwood.
The Vice-Chancellor's Award for Outstanding Achievement in 2013 has been won by Mr Abdelaziz Tamoghzi of the United Arab Emirates.
Arts and Education celebrate success in the QS World University Rankings for 2014