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Paul Kelly is the author of Triumph and Demise which won a John Button Prize for policy and politics in 2015. Kelly's book was selected for the $20,000 prize ahead of two other shortlisted titles: Power Failure (Philip Chubb, Black Inc.) and The Wife Drought (Annabel Crabb, Ebury). Paul kelly will be featured at the inaugural Kampot Writers & Readers Festival in Cambodia 2015. (Bowker Author Biography)
— biography from The March of Patriots: The Struggle for Modern Australia
Chaired by Steve Bracks. Paul Kelly, editor-at-large of The Australian, is the pre-eminent political writer of our time. He will discuss his latest book, The March of Patriots with Deputy Prime Minister Julia Gillard. The book looks at the Keating-Howard era of Australian politics – and it is a story of conviction politicians, tribal warriors and national interest patriots. It captures Keating and Howard as brawlers, schemers and nation-builders explaining that they were fashioned by the same forces and made by the same generation. This will prove to be a lively discussion, chaired by Steve Bracks, one of Victoria's most successful premiers (1999-2007). All tickets $10 and available online only. (trackbianca)… (més)
Lloc de l'esdeveniment: Capitol Theatre, Swanston Street, Melbourne
Marilyn Lake debat Drawing the Global Colour Line: White Men’s Countries and the International Challenge of Racial Equality.; Henry Reynolds debat Drawing the Global Colour Line: White Men’s Countries and the International Challenge of Racial Equality.; Paul Kelly
Marilyn Lake and Henry Reynolds Drawing the Global Colour Line: White Men’s Countries and the International Challenge of Racial Equality Published by: Melbourne University Press In Conversation with Paul Kelly Cost: $10/$7 conc. gleeclub welcome Book: gleebooks - 9660 2333 or Request a place (alasen)… (més)