02 November 2020Share
Lord Rowan Williams recently published book Tribalism's Troubles: Responding to Rowan Williams, launches in a virtual event held this week by the PM Glynn Institute, Australian Catholic University’s public policy think-tank, in collaboration with Magdalene College, Cambridge.
To mark the launch of this book, Rowan Williams will join Noel Pearson (Cape York Institute) and Simon Longstaff (The Ethics Centre) for a panel discussion hosted by Catherine Renshaw (Western Sydney University and PM Glynn Institute) which will be introduced by the Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge, Sir Christopher Greenwood.
PM Glynn’s third annual Lecture on Religion, Law and Public Life delivered by Lord Rowan Williams in 2019 on the topic "Overcoming Political Tribalism", sparked the Tribalism's Troubles book initiative, which includes the published lecture together with a set of responses.
Lord Williams is the former Archbishop of Canterbury, former Master and honorary fellow of Magdalene College, Cambridge, and distinguished fellow of the PM Glynn Institute at Australian Catholic University.
The Zoom launch will take place on 5 November 2020 at 10am GMT (Cambridge), 9pm AEDST (Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra), 8pm AEST (Brisbane).
The registration page can be accessed here
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