Please join us for an exciting program of fortnightly seminars and film screenings this semester. Participants are encouraged to remain afterwards for refreshments and discussion. These seminars are free and all are welcome, including undergraduates, postgraduates, staff and members of the public.

Tue 8th March Seminar: Music in comedy television: A study of nothing? Dr Liz Giuffre (UTS) 
Tue 22nd March Seminar: Mining mythology in 21st century Australian film: Red Dog (2011) and Japanese Story (2003) Ben Chapman (WSU)
Tue 5th April Roundtable: The Emerging Gap: From Student to Filmmaker
NOTE: This seminar will start at 6pm
Klāra Brūveris (UNSW)
Tue 19th April Screening: Queer identities in Empire (2015-present) Ava Parsemain (UNSW)
Tue 3rd May Seminar: Acting and Meaning Potential Studies of Facial expressions in Roman Holiday (1953): A Social Semiotic Perspective  NOTE: Due to unforeseen circumstances this seminar has been cancelled.  Zhen Zhang (UTS)
Tue 17th May Screening: Boardwalk Empire (2010-2014) and Peaky Blinders (2013-present): The War Veteran as Conduit into the 1920s Dirk Gibb (UoN)
Tue 31st May Screening: Beyoncé’s Lemonade (2016)  Phoebe Macrossan (UNSW)

All SSSN Events are held in Room 327, Robert Webster Building, UNSW at 5pm, unless otherwise stated.

A map of the UNSW Kensington Campus can be found here.

A Google map of the UNSW Kensington campus can be found here.

Buses to UNSW from Central Station
UNSW Express Bus routes (890, 891, 892 and 895) run to and from Eddy Avenue, Central Station. These routes are prepay only and are fast and high frequency. Click here for the UNSW Express Bus and other bus timetables.
Alternative services:
  • 339        Central Station on Foveaux St just east of Elizabeth St.
  • 372        Central Station
  • 373        Museum Station
  • 374        Central Station
  • 376        Museum Station
  • 377        Museum Station
  • Metrobus 10 (M10) – Leichhardt to Maroubra Junction via Anzac Parade
  • Metrobus 50 (M50) – Drummoyne to Coogee via the City, Anzac Parade and High Street.
Parking
All day casual parking is generally available on the top floors of the Barker Street (Gate 14) and Botany Street (Gate 11) car parks. Short-term, paid 2P (2 hour) parking is also available via most entrance gates.