A collection of audio and video recordings from our events and interviews with our academic experts.
An exciting collaboration between the ABC, the ANU Centre for Law, Arts and the Humanities, and the National Library of Australia - featuring Alexis Wright, Miles Franklin award-winning author of Carpentaria and The Swan Book; Peter Singer, the most wide-ranging and influential philosopher in the world today; Russell Jacoby, author of The End of Utopia and Utopian Thought for an Anti-Utopian Age; and Jacqueline Dutton, an expert on the history of Australian utopias.
Monsters, because the monster is the outsider template par excellence within social theory. Hopeful, because monsters are quintessentially hopeful, they promise a new dawn, and point to the place of the sacred.
Human rights with a vengeance: one hundred years of retributive humanitarianism
Professor Gerry Simpson, The University of Melbourne
The meaning of International Law: Government monopoly, expert precinct or the people’s law?
Professor Andrew Byrnes, University of New South Wales