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Research Bytes

Date and time

Wednesday, June 29, 2016 - 17:00 - 18:00

Venue

The Scarth Room, University House, ANU (enter from Balmain Cres)

Research Bytes provides an opportunity to to hear our Early Career Academic Fellows talk briefly about their work, followed by a chance to network and mingle.

A diverse panel of ECAFs will showcase their research interests during 4-5 short talks.
The speakers are Elena Martin Avila (Biology, CMBE), Gemma Betros (History, CASS), Deborah Apthorp (Psychology, CMBE), Sorin Daniliuc (Accounting & Business, CBE) and Claire O’Brien (Medicine, CMBE).

The talk will be followed by informal drinks & networking from 6pm to 6.30pm.

 


 

Amongst those presenting will be Dr Gemma Betros, a lecturer in European History for the ANU's School of History.

Gemma is a historian of revolutionary and Napoleonic France, specialising in the intersection of gender, politics and religion. Her work focuses on the closure of convents in Paris during the French Revolution and their re-establishment under Napoleonic rule.

 

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