An Inconvenient Truth


An Inconvenient Truth

This Sunday, September 17 at the Nova Cinemas 251 Rundle Street at 4.30pm.
Please note the cinema change – we will be at the NOVA (not the Palace as previously advertised).
All tickets $8!
Discussion to follow at Scoozi Caffe on Rundle Street. Environmental resources available.
Tickets and more info from Jenni Price Hughes or call 0437 164 423.
For preview and more info go to: .

The Middle East Crisis – Forum #2

Staff and Student Forum – Thursday October 5, 12-1pm
Room 209, level 1, Union Building (enter via Rosetta’s Café)

Dr Bassam Dally – “Palestinians Pay the Price for Israel’s Failure in Lebanon”
Bassam Dally is a Senior Lecturer at University of Adelaide and Secretary of the Australian Friends of Palestine Association.
He was born to a Palestinian family in Israel and lived there for 27 years before migrating to Australia.

Assoc. Prof. Noel Tracy – “Lebanon: Democracy, Religious Pluralism, and the 2006 War”
Noel Tracy teaches on the Middle East and Asian affairs in Politics and International Studies, Flinders University.

Chair: Dr. David Lockwood

Brief presentations followed by discussion with all attending. Everyone from the university community is welcome to participate. Please feel free to make this your lunch hour.

This forum is organised by an independent network of students, teaching staff, and concerned community people. For information please contact David Palmer (Senior Lecturer in American Studies) –

The Edward Said Memorial Lecture
Professor Tanya Reinhart
5:00pm, Saturday 7th October 2006
Elder Hall, the University of Adelaide
Price: – Pre-Purchased tickets $10 – At the door $15
Tickets: • Buy your tickets via the web* * • Buy your ticket (cash only) at Digimob Australia 246 Pulteney Street, Adelaide

Sacred Scripture in Today’s World – a Multifaith Miniconference
The Adelaide College of Divinity, 34 Lipsett Tce, Brooklyn Park 5032 SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Initial Conversation on the Theme: 4:15 pm – 5:30 pm Thursday 19th October

Day One: 10 am – 5:00 pm Saturday 21st October
(Registration, Plenary and Workshop Sessions, including Shared Lunch)

Day Two: 1:30 pm – 5:30 pm Sunday 22nd October
(Workshop and Plenary Sessions, including afternoon tea)

The Centre is seeking expressions of interest for those desiring to attend and present or attend only. A selection of written presentations will be made available through the Centre’s website,

Please respond by email to: (Director)
(Research Assistant)

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