Studies in Culture

“Through the scholarly analysis of diverse cultural products, texts and phenomena, Studies in Culture brings together researchers who seek to explore how the world is understood differently by people coming from various cultural and linguistic backgrounds. Researchers in this cluster work on literature, film, music, theatre, the visual arts, intangible heritage, testimonies and historical narratives.

Research in Studies in Culture within the School centres around four broad sub-themes of heritage, memory and trauma studies; intellectual and cultural history; literature; and, film and visual cultures.

These complex and diverse themes embrace the School’s recognised strength in world literatures and cultures. We have expertise in French, German, Russian, Indonesian, Japanese, Chinese and Spanish and Latin American Studies.”

To view more on the research and interests of the Studies in Culture cluster, please click here

To view the details of our Studies in Culture Seminar Series please click here.


The Australasian Division of the Schopenhauer Society was formed in December 2020 at the University of Queensland. It serves as a focus for Schopenhauer Studies in the pacific region, and for the English speaking world. More information can be found at:

https://schopenhaueraustralasia.net/

Its members in the school are Dr Stephan Atzert, Christian Romuss, and Andrew John Cantwell, with A/Prof. Bob Wicks (Auckland) as corresponding member in NZ associated through a PhD supervisory role.

For current activities please consult the website, for the next ADSS meeting please register your interest at

enquiries@schopenhaueraustralasia.net

The 7th International Doctoral Colloquium of the Schopenhauer Research Centre will be held on 20-21 September, please click here for further details.