Arts, Education and Law

All Being Equal: Stories Beyond Yes or No

All Being Equal: Stories Beyond Yes or No

Benjamin Law, well-known for the TV series, The Family Law, joins other Griffith Review contributors and Griffith researchers for a panel discussion on the social, political and personal impacts of the marriage equality postal survey
Hominin cognitive evolution: New insights from stone-flaking experiments

Hominin cognitive evolution: New insights from stone-flaking experiments

Mark will first review the "standard story' of stone tool design and cognitive evolution, arguing that the consensus narrative-driven by assertions of goal-directed, top-down design processes.
Griffith University School of Education and Professional Studies 50 Years Celebration

Griffith University School of Education and Professional Studies 50 Years Celebration

Griffith University's School of Education and Professional Studies is hosting an exciting event to celebrate ​50 years of shaping inspiring teachers.

The event will showcase educational milestones over the past 50 years and share insights about the future of teaching and education. We look forward to welcoming you as we reconnect with alumi, past and present staff, and industry professionals.
Arts, Education and Law 2019 Professorial Lecture

Arts, Education and Law 2019 Professorial Lecture

The Arts, Education and Law group is delighted to host the annual AEL Professorial Lecture on Monday 13 May 2019 at our South Bank campus. The topic of this year's Lecture is: Dancing with the Devil of Race across the Anglosphere.

​The 2019 Lecture is presented by Professor James Carson, Head of the School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science (HLSS) at Griffith University.