Humanities Salon in the news and on Late Night Live

The Humanities Salon / Sydney Ideas Open event The Politics of Surveillance Narratives: From Creative Visions to Experiential Reflections will be highlighted on tonight’s ABC Radio National program, Late Night Live (Monday 9 May 2011).

Late Night Live is hosted by Phillip Adams, and is broadcast Mon-Thur 10pm, and repeated 4pm the following day (6pm WA). The programs are also available for podscast.

It has also featured a mention on the University’s home page, with a feature story which asks of surveillance:

Is it the stuff of nightmare or a necessary part of routine life – something without which modern civilisation could barely function?

The Salon will feature Dr Peter Marks, Department of English, and Dr Gavin Smith Department of Sociology and Social Policy.

Date: 10 May 2011
Venue: Sydney Law School foyer, Eastern Avenue, Camperdown Campus.
Time: 6.00pm to 7.30pm

NOTE: You can now listen or download from Radio National

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