Senate Occasional Lecture Series

Public lunchtime lectures held at Parliament House in Canberra, on topics related to Parliament and governance. Transcripts, audio and television recordings of past lectures are also available.

Senate occasional lecture series

The Senate Occasional Lecture Series will return in 2020

Past lectures

2019

Date Presenter Transcript Type
8/03/2019 Professor Ken Benoit Analysing the Brexit debate through social media: topics, arguments, and attitudes
Video (Parlview)
Audio (MP3)
12/04/2019 Professor Joo-Cheong and Kate Griffiths Electoral campaign financing-two perspectives
Video (Parlview)
Audio (MP3)
7/06/2019 Dr Cathy Foley Why do we fund government research labs? What have they done for us?
Video (Parlview)
Audio (MP3)
5/07/2019 Associate Professor David Karpf Lessons from the first 25 years of the digital revolution in politics
Video (Parlview)
Audio (MP3)
26/07/2019 Professor Lisa Hill and Dr Jill Sheppard Compulsory Voting: Effects, Public Acceptance and Democratic Justification
Video (Parlview)
Audio (MP3)
20/09/2019 Andrew Murray The Senate - the struggle continues
Video (Parlview)
Audio (MP3)
18/10/2019 Dr Raymond Kelly First Nations languages in Parliament
Video (Parlview)
Audio (MP3)

Archive

Lecture transcripts, audio and television recordings

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