Arts, Education and Law

Musical parody as an interpretive strategy

Musical parody as an interpretive strategy

Parody may be conceived as an intertextual artistic genre or mode of expression in its own right, but it can equally be approached as an interpretive strategy that is based more on the context of reception than any artistic intentions. To treat parody as an interpretive strategy is to consider also its political dimensions: for what purposes might a phenomenon be interpreted as parodical?
Understanding Australian Indigenous art at auction

Understanding Australian Indigenous art at auction

This talk represents our journey as a research team to better understand Australian Indigenous art that is offered for sale at auction.
Metahistories of music Workshop

Metahistories of music Workshop

How to take music in its sonorous and audiovisual form into account when analysing how histories of music have been constructed?
Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research Public Lecture and Research Showcase

Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research Public Lecture and Research Showcase

We are pleased to invite you to our Public Lecture and Research Showcase 2018. This year we will feature an address from Julianne Schultz AM, FAHA to mark her appointment as Professor of Media and Culture to the Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research. Julianne will deliver the following address: What do we want to be when we grow up? The role of the humanities in a more mature national conversation
GCI Seminar Series: Tony Beatton and Matteo Sandi

GCI Seminar Series: Tony Beatton and Matteo Sandi

You are invited to the GCI Seminar Series presented by Tony Beatton and
Matteo Sandi:

Age in Cohort, School Indiscipline and Crime:
Regression-Discontinuity Estimates for Queensland

Date: Thursday 20 September 2018
Time: 12pm till 1:30pm - Light Lunch served on arrival
Venue: Building M10, Room 5.02 - Griffith University, Mt Gravatt campus