Women of the World: 5 Minute Lectures

Today I, Tomorrow You

Performance Art

ABOUT THE PROJECT

Local women from various disciplines speak to the festival theme "Today I, Tomorrow You" through a series of 5-minute lectures, followed by a private panel and Q&A session at one of the tables of Morning Glory.

ABOUT THE ARTIST

WOMEN OF THE WORLD: 5-MINUTE LECTURES AND PANEL ON ‘TODAY I, TOMORROW YOU’.

HOSTED BY PROFESSOR JANE GOLLEY, CHINA ECONOMIST, ANU AUSTRALIAN CENTRE ON CHINA IN THE WORLD.

With speakers:

Dr Jo Caffery (Associate Professor, University of Canberra, Main research project: Gender equitable agriculture in PNG – institutions and youth, Centre for Sustainable Communities, The PNG Family Farm Teams Project, UNESCO International Research Fellow): Family and Equality.

Joan Cornish (Well-being Coach, Inner Nature): Resistance or Acceptance?: A mindful approach to learning to navigate the crazy mess we are in.

Raihan Ismail (Lecturer, ANU Centre for Arabic and Islamic Studies): Protest and survival in Iraq.

Fiona Jenkins (Associate Professor, Philosophy, ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences): Justifying just being in the world.

Kate Murphy (Artist, Educator, National Gallery of Australia): When rivers become people.

Rauny Worm (CEO Tuggeranong Arts Centre): Today I protest, resist and become radical so tomorrow you can live.

Times

3:15 pm - 3:55 pm | Ian Wark Theatre

Area