Tribalism's Troubles: Responding to Rowan Williams
We are delighted to invite Members to attend the virtual launch of Tribalism's Troubles: Responding to Rowan Williams on Thursday 5 November 2020 at 10am GMT / 9pm AEDST (NSW, ACT, Victoria) and 8pm AEST (Queensland).
In September 2019, Honorary Fellow and former Master, Dr Rowan Williams, delivered the third PM Glynn Lecture on Religion, Law and Public Life on "Overcoming Political Tribalism". This lecture has been published together with twelve responses, and offers a number of perspectives on the central claim that moving beyond political tribalism requires the building of a culture in which perspectives can interact and interrogate one another and themselves.
In a virtual event held jointly with the PM Glynn Institute at the Australian Catholic University, and chaired by Dr Catherine Renshaw, Senior Fellow at the Glynn Institute and Professor of Law at Western Sydney University, Dr Williams will be joined by two of Australia’s foremost public intellectuals: Noel Pearson, Founder of Cape York Institute and prominent Aboriginal activist; and Dr Simon Longstaff (1986), Executive Director of the Ethics Centre and Magdalene College alumnus, to discuss how the themes in this book might help us overcome tribalism in contemporary politics.
Registration is required to attend this online event, please complete the registration form at the link below. On completion of the registration form you will be emailed the details required to attend online.Tribalism's Troubles Registration Form
This is an online event, and will use the video conferencing platform, Zoom. If you wish to attend, please ensure that you have downloaded the Zoom software onto your smartphone, tablet or computer.
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