Insights into the Middle East

Griffith Islamic-West Relations specialist Associate Professor Halim Rane at Criminology guest lecture
Arts Education Law
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Griffith Islamic-West Relations specialist Associate Professor Halim Rane, gave Criminology students insight into what is happening in the Middle East at a guest lecture, ‘Jihads, Caliphates and Muslim Militant Groups’ recently. Jihads, Caliphates and Muslim Militant Groups goes into the history of the Middle East and how it has evolved over time, giving context to […]

Is our rock art older than Europe’s?

The oldest scientifically dated hand stencil and rock painting of an animal
School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science
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PERAHU (Place, Evolution and Rock Art Heritage Unit) has announced its discovery of the earliest minimum age for a hand stencil, found in the Maros region of Southern Sulawesi, Indonesia. On October 9 2014, PERAHU’s Maxime Aubert and his Australian-Indonesian team published an earth-shattering paper in the prestigious journal Nature, which revealed that the world’s […]

Rock art plays important historical role

Rock painting of a ship at Djulirri with crew shown with hands on hips
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Rock art plays an important role in recording history, which otherwise would not be recoverable, according to Griffith’s Place, Evolution, Rock Art Heritage Unit (PERAHU) Director Professor Paul Taçon. Indigenous peoples in many parts of the world were fascinated by the transport that brought new groups to their traditional lands. At rock art sites and […]

Christine rides world championship career wave

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Bachelor of Arts student Christine Turnbull is riding her way into a new career following an internship with the Quicksilver Pro surfing World Championship Tour (WCT). In conjunction with the School of Humanities Internship program, Christine recently completed an internship with the Broadcast Team at this year’s surfing WCT. Christine says, throughout the internship she received […]