Bold Thinking events

Upcoming Bold Thinking events

Online event: Visualising Law, Death and the Body

Wednesday 29 July 10:00am

Mikael Owunna is joined by Associate Professor Rebecca Scott Bray (University of Sydney) and Dr Marc Trabsky (La Trobe University) to discuss how photography can reveal social, political and legal realities, while also providing a counterpoint to dominant narratives of the black body.

Past Bold Thinking events

Thursday 25 June 2020

Many factors impact the health of our joints over our lives, and some people will develop joint pain and conditions like osteoarthritis. From surgery to alternative medicines, there are many different schools of thought on how to effectively treat joint conditions. However, one of the most promising preventative treatments is physical activity.

Wednesday 17 June 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has swiftly and dramatically reshaped our society and it is increasingly apparent that it will have a gendered impact extending beyond the initial crisis period. The United Nations’ Secretary-General warned in early April that the pandemic is already having ‘devastating social and economic consequences for women and girls’ and that the impact stands to undo decades of progress towards gender equality.

Thursday 21 November 2019

Bold discussion on how people with limb loss are reclaiming their freedom with the help of prosthetics. The revolution in body tech means that human lives are being restored, enhanced and re-designed into new identities.

Thursday 10 October 2019

Bold discussion around why and how Australians drink. Baby boomers are hitting the bottle at home often, while more young people say ‘no thanks’. So what does this mean for our future?