Our latest book – The Conversation Yearbook 2018, 50 standout articles from Australia’s top thinkers – is about to hit bookshops. And you’re invited it help us launch it. Come and meet The Conversation editors and fellow readers as we discuss the year that was at one of our launch events.
In an era when everyone has an opinion, we rely on recognised experts more than ever. Our Yearbook 2018 brings you Australia’s leading thinkers as they offer their analysis of the issues that fuelled public debate this year.
We’d love to see you at one of the following events. Follow the links to RSVP.
Tuesday November 6th at Gleebooks.
Join Chief Political Correspondent Michelle Grattan in conversation with Business + Economy editor Peter Martin. Tickets here.
Wednesday November 21 at Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre.
Join Chief Political Correspondent Michelle Grattan in conversation with Editor Misha Ketchell. Tickets here.
Tuesday November 27 at Murdoch University.
Join climate scientist Bill Hare and Energy + Environment editor Michael Hopkin as they discuss the state of our planet. Tickets here.
Tuesday November 29 at Muse.
Join political historian Chris Wallace in conversation with Business + Economy editor Peter Martin. Tickets here.
Monday December 10 at Avid Reader, West End.
This one’s for the Curious Kids! Join astrophysicist Jonti Horner, astronomers Josh Calcino and Dr Janine Hoormann, and our Curious Kids editor Sunanda Creagh as they answer your curious kids’ questions about space. What’s the likelihood aliens exist? Why do stars twinkle? How many galaxies are out there? Tickets here (kids and teenagers are free with accompanying adults)
Authors: Debbie Dickinson, Head of communication and engagement, The Conversation