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Writers at Stanton - John Safran

7-Jun-2017 • 1pm

It Depends What You Mean By Extremist - John Safran John Safran, a Paladin dwarf and an ISIS supporter walk into a Catholic Church. Neo-Nazis are on the same side as the Jews. Pauline Hanson denies she was ever against Asian immigration… Welcome to Australia 2016. If it sounds m..

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Writers at Stanton - Sue Rosen

14-Jun-2017 • 1pm

Scorched Earth - Australia's secret plan for total war under Japanese invasion in World War 2 Hidden for 75 years, the top-secret government documents outlining preparations for a Japanese invasion of Australia in 1942 have finally been discovered. Only a few copies of these plans we..

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Writers at Stanton - Louise Milligan

20-Jun-2017 • 1pm

Cardinal - Louise Milligan ' The nation’s most prominent Catholic is now the subject of a police investigation into allegations spanning decades that he too abused children. Louise Milligan is the only Australian journalist who has been privy to the most intimate stories of..

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Writers at Stanton - Anna Krien

22-Jun-2017 • 1pm

The Long Goodbye - Anna Krien Quarterly Essay 66 In this vivid, urgent essay, Anna Krien explores the psychology and politics of a warming world. She visits frontlines in Australia's climate wars - the Great Barrier Reef, South Australia, the Coalition party room. She looks at the ..

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Writers at Stanton - Joyce Morgan

27-Jun-2017 • 1pm

Martin Sharp - Joyce Morgan Martin Sharp was one of Australia's most iconic and internationally influential culture makers of the late 20th Century. He was charismatic and unconventional, unique and surprising. His images defined the spirit of a generation and then a city...In t..

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Writers at Stanton - Colin Tatz

30-Jun-2017 • 1pm

Colin Tatz - Australia's Unthinkable Genocide "We are a moral people" and the very notion that Australians could have anything to do with genocide is unthinkable--so claimed parliamentarians when Australia was asked to ratify the UN's Genocide Convention in 1949. The reality is that eve..

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