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Heart of the Grass Tree – Molly Murn
How Fear Works – Frank Furedi
Cheers to Childbirth – Lucy Perry
Mothering Our Boys - Maggie Dent
Raising Boys – Steve Biddulph
The Boy Crisis – Warren Farrell
Understanding Parental Alienation – Karen & Nick Woodall
The Equal Parent Presumption – Edward Kruk
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Coming up…

February 21: Heart of the Grass Tree
Molly Murn … in conversation with Bill Kable

Molly Murn has written a memorial to the Tasmanian and mainland Australian Aboriginal women including Ngarrindjeri and other nations brought to Kangaroo Island by sealers prior to official settlement in 1836. They were often stolen and brutalised but over time the relationships became more complex. This is a nuanced perspective on these relationships. The men came to depend on the women’s skills and the relationships became far more equitable. The family lives of different generations are core.

 

February 28: Woodstock 50 Years On
Glenn A Baker … in conversation with Bill Kable

Described as “Not just Australia’s top pop scholar but a world class rock journalist who writes with the enthusiasm of a true fan” and once by Phil Collins as “the most thorough and knowledgeable music journalist in the world today”, Glenn A. Baker is a three time winner of the BBC’s Rock Brain Of The Universe title, though possessing a knowledge of music well beyond rock. Glenn is taking a lucky group to Woodstock and the sacred sites of music in the USA on an anniversary trip and he tells us all about it.

 


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