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After a break of two years, this long-running lecture series resumes with an address by Sitiveni Rabuka and an introduction by the Rt Hon Murray McCully. They discuss democracy in the South Pacific with particular focus on recent history in Fiji. Recorded at the University of Canterbury in October 2012. (43′08″)
The Macmillan Brown Lecture series has been an institution at the University of Canterbury since 1941, meaning that it is the longest-running event of its kind in the country's history. Over the decades, the subject of lectures has ranged widely, from a survey of contemporary Māori art to an exploration of New Zealand's culinary traditions.
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