Event type: Lecture
Date: Monday 5 March 2018
Time: 6 - 7.30pm
Venue: Law School Foyer, Level 2, Sydney Law School (F10), Eastern Avenue
Cost: Free and open to all with online registrations required
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Having just recently co-edited Palgrave’s book, Global Perspectives on Same Sex Marriage: A Neo Institutional Approach, Bronwyn Winter is coming together with Maxime Forest to discuss the different factors impacting on state adoption or refusal of same-sex marriage laws. Through a neo-institutionalist lens, the two investigate the diversity of state and civil society approaches to same-sex partnership recognition around the world.
Wednesday 7 March
How do we come to grips with the past, and how do we do so in just ways? These questions and others will be discussed by a panel of distinguished speakers, including Professor Alan Rosen, Professor Frank Schneider, Ms Joanne Selfe, Dr Robyn Shields, and others.
Thursday 15 March
Join Ngarigu woman Professor Jakelin Troy as she discusses the lives, language and knowledge of the individuals she has discovered among a rich trove of anthropological archives.
Tuesday 27 March
A panel of renowned artists, curators, writers and commentators will address the claim that in this moment of planetary environmental crisis, artists have never been more important.
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