Australian Prime Ministers Centre Seminar 2014 | Tweet Canberra

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- 7.30pm
Friday 13 June 2014
Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House,  Canberra.

sixprimeministers-for-apmc-sta-538bb3d562836Join leading academics and creative thinkers at the Australian Prime Ministers Centre (APMC) Seminar, as we delve into the minds and motivations of prime ministers from Barton to Howard. This year’s seminar features a fascinating mix of projects and presenters, including:
- Academic and political commentator Dr Norman Abjorensen on prime ministerial exits.
- Award-winning playwright Alana Valentine explores the conflict between Prime Minister James Scullin and King George V.
- Professor Haig Patapan, Director of the Centre for Governance and Public Policy at Griffith University examines the leadership of Edmund Barton. Plus other leading work by special guests.
Following the Seminar, participants are invited for further discussion and refreshments in the Members’ Bar.

Free event after museum entry. Bookings essential by 5 June, email

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