Series 396 - Minutes and agenda of ANU Faculty of Arts meetings

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Minutes and agenda of ANU Faculty of Arts meetings


  • 1962 - 1999 (Creation)

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2.8 m (14 type 1 boxes)

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(1960 -)

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The Faculty of Arts was inherited from Canberra University College when CUC amalgamated with the Australian National University in 1960 and offered undergraduate courses in the School of General Studies, which was renamed The Faculties from 1980. In July 2000, the Departments of Archaeology and Anthropology, Art History and Visual Studies, Classical and Modern European Languages, English and Theatre Studies, History, Linguistics, Philosophy, Political Science and Sociology, and the Centre for Women’s Studies were abolished and four schools created: the School of Archaeology and Anthropology, the School of Humanities, the School of Language Studies, and the School of Social Sciences. In 2006, the Faculty of Arts was grouped with Research Schools, Faculties and Centres into the College of Arts and Social Sciences.

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Minutes and agenda papers of faculty meetings. Note that there is no minute book for 1998 but an index of proceedings.


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30 year rule applies

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Prepared by Sarah Lethbridge on 7 July 2010




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