Confront the ideas of Samuel Moyn, who diagnosed the political left’s fear of Trump as a ‘hysteria’ threatening democracy, in conversation with UNSW political philosopher Jessica Whyte.
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Join a prolific Guardian columnist Polly Toynbee as she investigates the true meaning of privilege and entrenched class divide in Britain and Australia.
Examining human history through the lens of the natural world, hear from historian and author Peter Frankopan on the crucial role the environment plays in the existence humankind.
Journey with Tamil-language author Perumal Murugan, once a target of right-wing book burnings and now longlisted for the International Booker Prize 2023.
Discover how climate change intersects with public health and explore collaborative solutions from government, industry, and society.
Organised in cooperation with the Critique Now research network at UNSW, this hybrid talk by Alexandre Lefebvre, Professor of Politics and Philosophy at The University of Sydney, is based on his forthcoming book, Liberalism as a Way of Life.
Hear from Prof. Jeff Williamson of the Wake Forest Center for Healthcare Innovation on Cognitive Decline and Hypertension.
What is the current state of play in resettlement and complementary pathways? What potential do they hold to provide solutions to a greater number of displaced people? Join this panel of international experts to hear an update on current developments from around the world.
Discover UNSW research that's revolutionising healthcare and medical science
Join Dr Eric Rubin, as he shares insights and challenges from his detailed research on tuberculosis treatments.
Join a panel of experts committed to ending gendered violence, and learn how we can recentre sexual consent for everyone.
Devour the writing of Bryan Washington, unpacking sex, love and food through his mind’s eye, in conversation with icon Benjamin Law.
Embark on a transformative journey at the Big Trauma/Big Change Forum run by the Big Anxiety Research Centre
Two of India’s luminary writers reflect on the complexities of life, love, writing history, and the power of words.