The Talking Point
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Next Thursday is the first of our Talking Point events on the news of the day: rapidly organised discussions of topical issues with leading experts in the field.
Our panel unpacks the latest developments and fallout from Egypt’s revolution. What does it mean and what happens next?
Sally is Senior Lecturer in Middle East Studies and the Convener of the Middle East Studies program at Deakin. In addition, Sally is the Chair of the Faculty of Arts & Education Academic Progress and Discipline Committee and co-founder of the Australia Middle East Research Forum (AMERF).
Hamish Macdonald is Senior Foreign Correspondent on the Ten Network’s 6pm with George Negus. He shares hosting duties with Hugh Riminton in George’s absence.
Larry Stillman has a PhD from Monash University in the sociology of technology. He is a member of the Executive of the Australian Jewish Democratic Society, an organization which has long advocated a two state solution. He has studied Arabic and Hebrew.
Professor Fethi Mansouri, Director of the Centre for Citizenship and Globalisation, holds a Chair in Migration and Intercultural Relations, School of International and Political Studies, Deakin University.
The Wheeler Centre’s seasonal programmes cover our wide range of readings, panel discussions, lectures and debates.
But some topics require less notice. In 2011 we’ll be hosting more events on the news of the day: rapidly organised discussions of topical issues with leading experts in the field.
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