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ARTS AND CULTURE


Wednesday 3 August
ABR fellowship: Satan Repentant
David Malouf in conversation with poet Michael Aiken
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Wednesday 10 August
A Storyology 2016 Forum
Mind the Gap: investigative journalism, corruption and class
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HEALTH AND MEDICINE


Wednesday 7 September
Health Forums Series
Five ways your heart can kill you that you didn’t know
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Wednesday 12 October
Health Forums Series
Childhood infectious diseases: protecting kids from the cradle to the mosh pit
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POLITICS AND SOCIETY


Tuesday 19 July
The Great War and Today’s World
Sir Hew Strachan FRSE, Hon D. Univ (Paisley) was the Chichele Professor of the History of War at the University of Oxford and is now Professor of International Relations at the University of St Andrews
The Michael Hintze lecture presented by the Centre for International Security Studies
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Wednesday 27 July
Tax Havens: What Can be Done? Evidence from a century of history
Vanessa Ogle, Julie and Martin Franklin Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of Pennsylvania
Co-presented with the Laureate Research Program in International History, University of Sydney
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Wednesday 3 August
Faculty of Education and Social Work Dean’s Lecture Series
Parenting with Disabilities: from ‘outsider’ to ‘insider’ – the lessons learnt
Marjorie Aunos, Marjorie Aunos adjunct professor at the Université du Québec à Montréal and Brock University
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Thursday 4 August
Insights 2016: Lecture Series
For a Political Economy of Space and Place
Professor Adam David Morton, Department of Political Economy, School of Social and Politcal Sciences
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Thursday 4 August
Re-imagining Public Service
Professor Peter Shergold AC, Chancellor of Western Sydney University.
Co-presented with The Australian Social Policy Association and the Department of Government and International Relations at the University of Sydney
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Tuesday 9 August
Faculty of Education and Social Work Dean’s Lecture Series
Teachers’ Work and Lives: understanding complexity, building quality
Christopher Day, Emeritus Professor of Education at the University of Nottingham
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Thursday 8 September
Insights 2016: Lecture Series
Something to Play Every Day: rural retirement culture
Professor Catherine Driscoll
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Thursday 3 November
Insights 2016: Lecture Series
Making Persons in Law and History
Professor Andrew Fitzmaurice
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SCIENCE, ENVIRONMENT, AND TECHNOLOGY


Wednesday 6 July
2016 Harley Wood Lecture: Life in a Finely Tuned Cosmos
Luke Barnes, postdoctoral researcher at the Sydney Institute for Astronomy, School of Physics, University of Sydney
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