The George Ernest Morrison Lecture series was founded by Chinese residents in Australia and others in honour of the late Dr G. E. Morrison (1862-1920), a native of Geelong, Victoria, Australia.
In the century from the 1880s to the 1980s there were numerous accounts of what ‘the rise of Asia’ would mean for Australia.
After more than three decades of rapid growth and extraordinary achievement, China is facing big questions about its development model, which has lately been tarnished by an addiction to investment
In this lecture, Professor Michael Nylan focuses on the evidence at hand for Western Han capital of Chang'an (second and first century BCE).
Professor Mark Elliott gives the 73rd George Morrison Lecture at The Australian National University on June 20, 2012.
Linda Jaivin gives the 72nd Annual George E Morrison Lecture at The Australian National University - Morrison's World.
The death penalty is employed for a wide variety of crimes in China, and the country today executes more people than the rest of the world combined.
Prime Minister Kevin Rudd delivered the 70th annual George E Morrison Lecture in the Hall at University House at ANU.