Adventure in Culture and Technology (ACAT) Seminar Series
The Centre for Culture and Technology presents the ACAT monthly seminar series. These seminars allow our researchers to disseminate and communicate their research to their fellow CCAT members and the broader university.
The Creative Workforce Initiative
The Creative Workforce Initiative (CWI) is an international collaboration between scholars who specialise in the creative industries, the labour market, and higher education
Cultural Science Journal
Submit your article now. See our latest publication ‘Viral’ Hunts? A Cultural Darwinian Analysis of Witch Persecutions by Steije Hofhuis and Maarten Boudry
CCAT member Matthew Chrulew, Nigel Rothfels (University of Wisconsin Milwaukee) and Nelly Mäekivi (University of Tartu) awarded funding
U40 China Australia Summer School and Conference 2020
An International Research Symposium at Curtin University, Western Australia. Presentations available to view here.
Launched 27 March 2019 - A selection of movies raising dementia awareness in Culutural and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities
The Curtin Open Knowledge Initiative (COKI)
Universities exist to support the creation and transfer of knowledge. Efforts by universities to enable open knowledge have the potential to broaden the impact of higher education and research institutions. Our team is exploring the mechanisms that will allow universities to work more effectively with local and global communities in the production of knowledge; as well as those that support its uptake and application both within and beyond academia.