Recordings

14
Mar
2017

Utopia 500

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.

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12
Aug
2016

Scary monsters: the hopeful undecidability of David Bowie

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.

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  • Gender
15
Jun
2016

2015 Annual Kirby Lecture on International Law

Human rights with a vengeance: one hundred years of retributive humanitarianism

Professor Gerry Simpson, The University of Melbourne

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  • Human rights
03
Jul
2014

2014 Annual Kirby Lecture on International Law

The meaning of International Law: Government monopoly, expert precinct or the people’s law?
Professor Andrew Byrnes, University of New South Wales

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  • Monopoly

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