Public Lectures

11
Nov
2022

Hans Mol’s “The Faith of Australians”, Redux

Professor Andrew Singleton (Deakin) presents the annual Hans Mol Memorial Lecture in Religion and the Social Sciences This public lecture revisits Hans Mol’s...
23
Sep
2022

Works that Shaped the World: Longchen Rabjam’s The Precious Treasury of the Basic Space of Phenomena

In 2022, the HRC’s Works that Shaped the World public lecture series focuses on religion. Longchen Rabjam’s poetic The Precious Treasury of the Basic Space of...
23
Sep
2022

Yolŋu at Heart: A model for intercultural collaboration

Margot Smith AM presents The HRC Cultural Institutions Annual Lecture Kluge-Ruhe Director Margo Smith recounts the remarkable story of Madayin: Eight Decades...
14
Sep
2022

The Holocaust as an Australian Story: Family networks between Australia and Europe during the Holocaust

Dr Jan Láníček (UNSW) presents the HRC/Freilich Project Distinguished Annual Lecture Focusing on family connections between Australia and Europe, this lecture...
31
Aug
2022

Twenty-first century genders and sexualities: Implications for policy, education, representation and health

Professor Rob Cover (RMIT) presents the HRC/Gender Institute Annual Lecture on Gender Twenty-first century genders and sexualities: Implications for policy,...
21
Jul
2022

Mobilizing Queer Desire and Transnational Quebec in Xavier Dolan’s Film

Associate Professor Loïc Bourdeau (University of Louisiana at Lafayette) presents The HRC/SLLL Lecture in Transnational Cinema Mobilizing Queer Desire and...
08
Jul
2022

Works that Shaped the World: Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker Movement

In 2022, the HRC’s Works that Shaped the World public lecture series focuses on religion. In his 2015 speech for the U.S. Congress, Pope Francis singled out...

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