Greg Sheridan presents ‘What role can or should religion play in a modern nation?’

Alfred Deakin Research Institute free public lecture
Greg Sheridan, Foreign Editor at The Australian, presents ‘What role can or should religion play in a modern nation?’
Thursday 22 September from 6pm at Deakin University's Melbourne city centre conference theatre

On Thursday 22 September, Greg Sheridan will speak on the topic ‘What role can or should religion ploy in a modern nation?’. This event is a Deakin University public lecture.

Greg Sheridan is Foreign Editor for The Australian and arguably the most influential foreign affairs analyst in Australian journalism. He has also written actively and constructively on the question of religion in modern society. Mr Sheridan's work has always been thought-provoking, and this event (sponsored by the Alfred Deakin Research Institute) provides a forum to address a topic of great national and international importance.

The lecture will be followed by a cocktail reception.

Date: Thursday 22 September 2011
Time: from 6pm
Venue: Conference Theatre, Deakin University Melbourne City Centre
Level 3, 550 Bourke Street
Melbourne (Melways Ref: 43 F8)

To register your attendance for this public lecture please email Dr Sam Koehne

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