School of Historical and Philosophical Studies at the University of Melbourne
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You are invited to the launch of CLIMATE2021: Melbourne Climate Futures, a new initiative from the University of Melbourne.
Join leading academics such as Professor Jacqueline Peel and Professor Ross Garnaut, industry leaders from MinterEllison and global ambassadors such as COP26 Champions, as we tackle the big issues, as well as new opportunities together.
From building resilient landscapes and communities to reshaping the global debate on climate, climate extremes and bushfires to the health implications of climate disaster, we welcome you to share your views and ask questions of leaders in climate change research.
Join Meanjin editor Jonathan Green and historian, author and former Meanjin editor Jim Davidson when they discuss ‘Letters to the Editor’ a reflection on correspondence from the University collection and a portrait of Meanjin’s founding 30-year editor, Clem Christesen.
80 Years of Meanjin is a collaboration between Archives and Special Collections and Meanjin, using our collection of Meanjin material to celebrate the literary magazine’s 80th year. Our program of events will contain four panel discussions or online events throughout the year covering great cover art, letters to the editor, Australian cultural identity as pursued through the pages of Meanjin, and poetry.