Panel discussion and launch – Griffith Review (Ed. 69): The European Exchange
Via Zoom Webinar
COVID-19 is profoundly changing our understanding of borders and freedom of movement – but the relationships between the world’s European north and its Australian south have always been a dynamic work in progress.
Join Natasha Cica, co-editor of Griffith Review 69: The European Exchange, as she explores the richness of the links, legacies and points of difference between Australia and Europe in terms of policy, culture, memory and more. What is the impact of current challenges on the exchange between Europe and Australia – and how might its future possibilities be reimagined?
This conversation celebrates the national launch of The European Exchange. It will be facilitated by Natasha Cica and feature contributors Stuart Ward (University of Copenhagen), Tim Bonyhady (Australian National University), Kate Dooley (University of Melbourne) and Frank Bongiorno (Australian National University).
Griffith Review 69: The European Exchange is published in partnership with the Australian National University.
Professor Natasha Cica (moderator and edition co-editor) »
Director of Kapacity.org and Honorary Professor at ANU College of Law
Professor Stuart Ward »
Head of the Saxo Institute for History, Ethnology, Archaeology and Classics at the University of Copenhagen
Professor Tim Bonyhady »
Co-director ANU Centre for Law, Arts and Humanities (CLAH)
Dr Kate Dooley »
Research fellow a the Australian-German Climate & Energy College, University of Melbourne
Professor Frank Bongiorno »
Historian at the ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences