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2019 Speaker: Tim Soutphommasane

Tim Soutphommasane is Professor of Practice (Sociology and Political Theory) at the University of Sydney. He is a political theorist and human rights advocate. From 2013 to 2018 he was Australia’s Race Discrimination Commissioner. His thinking on patriotism, multiculturalism and national identity has been influential in debates in Australia and Britain.

Tim is the author of five books: On Hate (2019), I’m Not Racist But …(2015), Don’t Go Back To Where You Came From (2012),The Virtuous Citizen (2012), and Reclaiming Patriotism (2009). He is also the coeditor (with Nick Dyrenfurth) of All That’s Left (2010).

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