WOAE044 Economics of breast milk, Julie Smith, ANU

A discussion of human milk sharing and emerging markets in breast milk with Dr Julie Smith from the Australian National University. Julie was formerly a senior economist for Australian and New Zealand governments, an advisor to the World Health Organisation, and a breastfeeding councillor and board member of the Australian Breastfeeding Association.

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September 11 terror attacks

There are not many people who can say they were in counter terrorism during the 9/11 terror attacks on the United States. Nick O’Brien, who worked for Scotland Yard for thirty years, was on duty in charge of international intelligence and operations in Special Branch and he recalls the gravity of that moment.

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WOAE043 Counter Terrorism, Nick O’Brien, CSU

Nick O’Brien is Associate Professor of Counter Terrorism and Head of the Australian Graduate School of Policing & Security at Charles Sturt University. Nick worked for Scotland Yard for thirty years, and on the day of the 9/11 terror attacks he was in charge of international intelligence and operations in Special Branch. We discuss issues related to terrorism including the impacts of community relations and possible future implications of climate change on migration and security.

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WOAE042 Science communication, Will J Grant, ANU

Insights about the purpose of science communication and techniques for practitioners in a discussion with Dr Will Grant from the Centre for the Public Awareness of Science (CPAS) at the Australian National University. Will is a researcher, lecturer and convenor of graduate studies and workshops at CPAS. He also co-hosts an entertaining podcast, The Wholesome Show, in conversation with scientists.

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WOAE041 Literature and art, Sarah Houillon, Oxford

From Ovid’s Metamorphoses to the poetry of Charles Bukowski and the textual nuances of Madame Bovary, Sarah Houillon shares insights from her broad interest in literature and her own artistic inclinations. Sarah has been a fellow of New College, Oxford where she taught French literature and language and a member of Pembroke College, Oxford as a graduate of English literature.

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WOAE040 Identity and languages, Lily Begg, Oxford

A conversation about identity and languages with Lily Begg from Pembroke College, Oxford. We met when Lily was editor-in-chief of The ISIS magazine in Oxford where she’s studying French and Italian. Lily shares personal insights from her experiences living in Belgium and England and on a student exchange in Italy and from her roles as a language translator, magazine editor, and theatre director.

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WOAE039 Global and Imperial History, Olivia Durand, Oxford

Olivia Durand is an Oxford scholar researching neo-Frenchness in the cities of New Orleans and Odessa. Olivia has lived in the United States as a Fulbright scholar and in the Ukraine working for the French Foreign Office. A doctoral researcher with the Department of Global and Imperial History at Oxford University, Olivia is also vice-president and treasurer of the MCR at Pembroke College.

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