|October 30, 2010||to||November 19, 2010|
- Utzon Lecture Series – The Public Rooms and Places of Central Sydney
- Public Lecture – A Sustainable Australia?
- Public Lecture – Beyond Ireland: Cultures of Encounter and Exchange
- Conference – National Indigenous Policy and Dialogue Conference
Wednesday 3 November | Utzon Lecture Series | The Public Rooms and Places of Central Sydney
Philip Thalis, Hill Thalis Architects, and Peter John Cantril, Tzannes Associates, will discuss the Public Rooms and Places of Central Sydney. Location: G001 Red Centre Theatre, UNSW Kensington campus. 6pm to 8pm. Free. Booking is necessary. Contact: Holly Ferreira (02) 9385 4800 firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday 4 November | Public Lecture | A Sustainable Australia?
A Q&A style discussion on what is a sustainable population for Australia, with panelists; Bob Carr, former Premier of NSW; Dick Smith, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and aviator; and Ross Gittins, Economics Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald, facilitated by Paul Willis, ABC TV. Location: Sir John Clancy Auditorium, UNSW Kensington campus. 6pm to 8:30pm. Free. Booking is necessary. Contact: Xanthe Chapman (02) 9385 7919 email@example.com
Wednesday 17 November | Public Lecture | Beyond Ireland: Cultures of Encounter and Exchange
Professor Rónán McDonald will present the final lecture in the ‘So, What?’ UNSW Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences public lecture series for 2010. The lecture will include the official launch of the John Hume Institute in Global Irish Studies. Location: Leighton Hall, The John Niland Scientia Building, UNSW Kensington campus. Free. Booking is necessary. Contact: Duncan Aldridge (02) 9385 8512 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.arts.unsw.edu.au/news-and-events/so-what-lecture-and-launch-of-the-john-hume-institute-for-global-irish-studies-633.html
Thursday 18 November | Conference | National Indigenous Policy and Dialogue Conference
Professor Patrick Dodson will present a keynote speech reflecting on the decade since the end of the formal reconciliation process. The inaugural conference will also feature addresses from Professor Joe Kalt, Ford Foundation Professor of International Political Economy in the Harvard Kennedy School, and Professor Kiera Ladner, Canada Research Chair at the University of Manitoba. Location: UNSW Kensington campus. Booking is necessary. Contact: David Cami (02) 9385 7588 email@example.com