Visiting Fellows Dinners: Guest Speakers

A guest speaker is invited to lead the Visiting Fellows Dinner conversation each month. We're honoured to have hosted the following remarkable speakers:


July 2023

Dr Alice Garner (University of Melbourne)

Listening to the archives, reading with the ears: on researching for an audio documentary


June 2023

Dr James Dunk (University of Sydney)

Planetary Health and Ecological Distress


March 2023

Dr Erin O'Brien (Queensland University of Technology)

Power, repression, and the push and pull dynamics of market-based political activism


October 2022

Dr Rhonda Evans (The University of Texas at Austin)

Agenda-Setting and the Australian Human Rights Commission


August 2022

Dr Kate Fitch (Monash University)

Wine, Women and PR


April 2022

Professor Mark Kenny (Australian National University)

The upcoming federal election & 2022-23 AuSI Fellowships launch


November 2019

Professor Martin Hewitt (Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge)

Justifying the carbon cost of academic travel


October 2019

Professor Mark Kenny (Australian National University)

Failure loop: how voters are inviting their own neglect


September 2019

Dr Gabrielle Carey (University of Technology Sydney)

Psychosis and recovery


August 2019

Professor Alison Dundes Renteln (University of Southern California)

Law in a multicultural world


July 2019

Prof Beate Neumeier (University of Cologne)

Migration throughout History


June 2019

Dr Mari Kondo (University of New South Wales)

Achieving Health Ageing


May 2019

Associate Professor Danielle Way (Western University, Canada)

How our eco systems respond to climate change


April 2019

Professor Eliot Moss (University of Massachusetts Amherst)

How to make machine learning safe and fair


March 2019

Professor Valerie Hudson (Texas A&M University)

The value of expertise in the public domain


February 2019

Professor Mike Calford (Australian National University)

What attributes make for a good academic culture?


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