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We’ll be hosting four book launches this year and we hope to see you there!
Join Jane Howard, our Deputy Section Editor: Arts + Culture, and a panel of Conversation experts: Dr Alice Gorman, internationally recognised leader in the field of space archaeology (Flinders University); Professor Adrian Esterman, Chair of Biostatistics and Epidemiology (University of South Australia) and Rick Sarre, Emeritus Professor of Law and Criminal Justice (University of South Australia) as they discuss the highlights and lowlights of 2021 and take an expert punt at what 2022 will hold.
Where: This event will be presented LIVE in the University of South Australia’s Allan Scott Auditorium in partnership with The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre.
When: 6.00pm, Thursday 4 November 2021
Join Michelle Grattan, Chief Political Correspondent at The Conversation and Peter Martin, Business and Economy Editor, as they as they discuss the highlights and lowlights of 2021 with Dr Caroline Fisher, Associate Professor, Communication, News & Media Research Centre, University of Canberra.
When: 12.30 pm AEDT, 10 November 2021
Join a panel of Conversation experts: Henry Reynolds, one of Australia’s most recognised historians; Professor Greg Lehman, a well-known Tasmanian art historian, curator, essayist and commentator on identity and place; and Professor David Bowma, an expert in pyrogeography and fire science, in a broad-ranging discussion about the events that shaped our nation with Dr Natasha Cica, honorary professor at the Australian National University.
Where: RACV Hotel, 154-156 Collins Street, Hobart
When: 5.30pm Wednesday, 17 November 2021
Where LIVE at Avid Reader Bookshop, 193 Boundary Street, West End or Online
When 6.30-7.30pm Tuesday, 25 November 2021
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