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PUBLIC LECTURE | Andrew Inglis Clark: The Tasmanian Prophet of the Coming Republic

Summary

DISTINGUISHED PROFESSOR PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES

Start Date

15 Mar 2017 6:00 pm

Venue

Stanley Burbury Theatre, University Centre, Sandy Bay Campus


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A distinguished professor lecture presented by

Professor Henry Reynolds

Andrew Inglis Clark was a leading Tasmanian politician of the final decades of the nineteenth century; a great reforming Attorney General in the Fysh and Braddon Ministries. One of the architects of the Australian Constitution, he was alone among the so called Fathers of Federation he was a staunch republican which makes him a prophet whose ideas have contemporary agency.

Professor Henry Reynolds is an eminent historian, author and public figure. In 1998 Professor Reynolds was elected as one of the National Trust’s 100 National Living Treasures, in 2000 he was named as Australian Humanist of the Year, and he was the 2015 Tasmanian Senior Citizen of the Year. Professor Reynolds is a prize-winning author and public speaker who regularly appears in the media. He has published extensively with a number of his books featuring in best-seller lists.

The lecture will be Chaired by Distinguished Professor Jeff Malpas.

T I M E
6.00pm (refreshments served from 5.30pm)

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