Women’s Morning Tea
18 October 2022
Join us for cake, coffee and conversation with special guest Dr Susan Carland.
Time : 10:30am - 12:30pm
Suitable for ages : 18+
This event will be held : on-site at the Islamic Museum of Australia
Join us for cake, coffee and conversation
You are cordially invited to our Women's Morning Tea this Spring!
Academic, author and social commentator, Dr Susan Carland, will be joining us for coffee, cake and conversation on the day.
- A fully catered morning tea with delicious treats and delightful company
- Conversation with special guest Dr Susan Carland
- Admission to the Islamic Museum of Australia
Individual tickets are available, or you can book a table (seats 10) on the registration page.
Please note that while we love to watch children laugh and play, we cannot accommodate them at this event.
Dr Susan Carland is an academic, author, and social commentator. She has a PhD from Monash University’s School of Social Sciences, and is a Discovery Early Career Research Award (DECRA) Fellow and a Churchill fellow. Susan is also an ambassador for UNICEF Australia.
Susan hosted the SBS quiz show Child Genius, and currently hosts the podcast What Happens Next? Her first book was Fighting Hislam: women, faith and sexism, and she is a columnist for Sunday Life in The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age. Her writing has also appeared in The Guardian, The Age, The Saturday Paper, The Conversation, The Australian Women’s Weekly, in academic publications, and numerous anthologies.
Susan has spoken about her research at the UN in Geneva, and currently sits on numerous boards. She has also been named on the 500 Most Influential Muslims in the World list, and as a Muslim Leader of Tomorrow by the UN Alliance of Civilisations.
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