The Centre for Critical Studies was incorporated in the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities in August 2015.

The information in this website is therefore out of date but retained for archival and staff purposes.

The Centre's seminar program provides an alternative afternoon forum to the evening public lecture series. In addition to fostering the humanities research culture, we aim to incorporate overseas and interstate visitors to the University, alongside seminars by UQ Staff. In particular, the seminar series provides an opportunity for UQ staff who have been Faculty Fellows at the Centre the previous year to talk about the outcomes of their research project. We invite staff of UQ and other universities and members of the public to attend our seminar series, after which light refreshments are served. All are welcome to attend. Please check individual seminar pages below for specific details.

Getting Here
We encourage people to use public and alternative transport to reach the University where possible. For more details, please refer to Translink or the UQ Transport Guide.
 
Pedestrians and cyclists living in West End, Highgate Hill, Dutton Park and other areas south of the Brisbane River can also access the St Lucia campus easily via the Eleanor Schonell Bridge. Bicycle storage facilities are also available on campus (more details here).
 
The pay and display parking system is across all car parks at the St Lucia Campus. Please click here to see an online map for the multi-level carpark at the St. Lucia campus. For more information about casual/visitor parking at St Lucia please click here.
Public Seminars section

Dr Tony Thwaites - Metastory: Imitations of Life

Social Sciences and Humanities Library Conference Room, Tuesday 11 March, 2:30 - 3:30pm

Dr Tanja Dreher - ‘Are you being heard?’: The challenges of listening in the digital age

CCCS Seminar Room, Tuesday 15 April, 2:30 - 3:30pm

Professor Paddy Scannell - Cultural Studies: Which Paradigm?

CCCS Seminar Room, Tuesday 22 April, 2:30 - 3:30pm

Dr Diana Looser - The Fiery Pacific: Volcanic Eruptions and Settler-State Theatricality in Oceania, 1780-1900

CCCS Seminar Room, Tuesday 27 May, 2:30 - 3:30pm

Professor Tim Mehigan - German Romanticism, or: The Dialectical Imagination. What it is and why it is important

Social Sciences and Humanities Library Conference Room, Tuesday 16 September, 2:30 - 3:30pm

Dr Kieran Connell - The Working Practices of the Birmingham Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies

CCCS Seminar Room, Tuesday 21 October, 2:30 - 3:30pm

Screening: Stuart Hall in Conversation with Kieran Connell

CCCS Seminar Room, Thursday 25 October, 4:00 - 5:00pm
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