Sydney Ideas Open is a new series of short, evening talks and forums where the community can explore new research, new ideas and new thinking in an intimate and informal way. The program will feature University of Sydney academics from a range of disciplines, as well as visitors to the University.
APRIL 2010 PROGRAM
8 April – Modernism or Realism? The question in China’s quest for modernity through art
Dr Yiyan Wang, Chair of Chinese Studies, University of Sydney
15 April – Rethinking Good Governance and Transparency: The China-Latin America-U.S. triangle
Dr. Adrian H. Hearn, Research Fellow, School of Social and Political Sciences,
University of Sydney
22 April – Darwin and Intelligent Design
Professor Elliot Sober, Philosophy at University of Wisconsin -Madison, USA
29 April – Out of Iran
Professor Dan Potts, Director of the Near Eastern Archaeology Foundation,
University of Sydney (hosted in association with Humanities Salon)
Venue: Sydney Law School foyer, Eastern Avenue, Camperdown Campus.
Time: Thursdays 6.00pm to 7.00pm
Format: 40 minute lecture followed by 20 minute Q & A
Recording: Audio podcasts will be available three days after the lecture
Cost: This is a free series, and all are welcome. No RSVP or registration is needed, please just turn up.
MEREDITH HALL | Program Manager | Sydney Ideas | External Relations
THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY
T +61 2 9351 1935 | E meredith.hall at sydney dot edu dot au