School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science

JULY TEST CANCELLED - Japanese Language Proficiency Test - 2020

JULY TEST CANCELLED - Japanese Language Proficiency Test - 2020

The Japanese Language Proficiency Test is administered in Queensland for the Japan Foundation by the School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science.
2019 Visiting Scholar Seminar Series - The Debatability of Racism: Postracialism, digital media and public culture

2019 Visiting Scholar Seminar Series - The Debatability of Racism: Postracialism, digital media and public culture

Dr Gavan Titley, Maynooth University, Ireland will present his new book Racism and Media and talk on what he terms the debatability of racism. The talk suggests that this debatability, this incessant, recursive attention as to what counts as racism and who gets to define it, has political consequences for practices of antiracism - practices that want to name racism publicly, the better to mobilize to confront it.
Hackathon

Hackathon

Hackathon is 30 hours of creativity and collaboration where you can design and create your very own app.

During the Hackathon, students work in teams to build an app that would greatly improve student life. It takes all skills to develop an app: project management to guide the team, graphic design for the User Interface, comms, marketing, advertising or PR to present and persuade the judges, and of course, coding and app development skills too.
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.
LFC: Professional Futures Conference: Challenges and opportunities for 21st century professions

LFC: Professional Futures Conference: Challenges and opportunities for 21st century professions

The Law Futures Centre is hosting a conference on the Future of the Professions in conjunction with the Professional Standards Council, The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency and various schools and Centres from Griffith University.