As part of Macquarie’s involvement with the Sydney Writers’ Festival, three of our academics will be speaking at events during the festival (29 April – 5 May).
Professor Bronwyn Carlson, Head of the Department of Indigenous Studies will speak at Griffith Review: The New Disruptors on 3 May about the impacts of the digital revolution on industries, economies, politics, institutions and personal lives.
Dr Randa Abdel Fattah from the Department of Sociology will discuss the role that literature plays in reshaping our understanding of contemporary Middle Eastern identity, in a panel discussion Finding the Lost Arabs on 4 May.
Catch Sheila Ngoc Pham, from the Australian Institute of Health Innovation at a unique storytelling event Eat, Talk, Dance in Parramatta on 2 May.
How to win free tickets to the festival:
“A man must be a very great genius to make up for being such a loathsome human being,” Martha Gellhorn once reflected, perhaps musing on five years of marriage to Hemingway. But do her words still cut it in the age of cancel culture?
Join a discussion with Ronnie Scott, On Artists author Ashleigh Wilson, ABC’s Osman Faruqi and Culture Editor of Elle.com Estelle Tang about what we can forgive in the name of art.
Enter now using competition code ‘MACQUARIE’ for your chance to win a double pass to All your Faves are Problematic: Can we Cancel Art? on 2 May.