Stout Research Centre Wellington Seminar Series 2014


26 March                Kevin Lavery - Chief Executive, Wellington City Council

                                   My Vision for Wellington

Hunter Building, Lecture Theatre 119

2 April                     Marc Wilson - School of Psychology, Victoria University

“City of flower-pots, canyon streets and trams, O sterile whore of a thousand bureaucrats!”  (James K. Baxter, Wellington, 1953, p.77)

9 April                     David O’Donnell - Theatre Programme, Victoria University
                                   End of the Golden Weather?  A Short Performance from a Dramatic City

16 April                   Brigitte Bonisch-Brednich - School of Social & Cultural Studies, Victoria University

                                   (title to come)

7 May                       Russel Norman - Co-Leader Green Party

                                   Economic Opportunities for Wellington

14 May                    Morrie Love - Chairman, Wellington Tenths Trust
Treaty Settlements – are they worth it?  A case study of the Taranaki Whanui Settlement in Wellington.

21 May                    Deborah Jones - School of Management, Victoria University
Unmanageable Inequalities: Sexism in the New Zealand Film Industry

28 May                    Miriam Ross & Paul Wolffram - Film Programme, Victoria University

                                   Capturing Culture in Three Dimensions: The 3D Production Initiatives’ Partnership with Te Papa Tongarewa



Time:                       4:10 – 5:30 pm (Tea/Coffee 3:45 pm)

Venue:                     Stout Research Centre, 12 Waiteata Road, Kelburn


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