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James Backhouse


This is a complete list of Backhouse Lectures, from the first in 1964 to the most recent in January 2011. Full text of these lectures may be downloaded from http://www.quakers.org.au/displaycommon.cfm?an=1&subarticlenbr=29


1964, Kenneth Boulding, The evolutionary potential of Quakerism


1965, Clive Sansom, The shaping Spirit,


1966, Rudolph Lemberg, Seeking in an age of imbalance


1967, Douglas V. Steere, On being present where you are


1968, William N. Oats, In the spirit of the family


1969, A. Barrie Pittock, Toward a multi-racial society


1970, Keith A. W. Crook, Security for Australia?


1972, L. Hugh Doncaster, The Quaker message


1973, Otto van der Sprenkel, Friends and other faiths


1974, Yukio Irie, Pilgrimage toward the fountainhead: Quakerism and Zen Buddhism today


1975, W. A. McNaughton, A time to reap, a time to sow: retirement


1976, Charlotte and Stewart Meacham, Imperialism without invading armies


1977, Mary Woodward, Papua New Guinea: third world on our doorstep


1978, Margaret Wilkinson, Wisdom: the inward teacher


1979, J. Duncan Wood, Quakers in the modern world: the relevance of Quaker beliefs to problems of the modern world


1980, (not published),


1981, Roger C. Wilson, What Jesus means to me: Jesus as the liberator


1982, Ormerod Greenwood, Celebration: a missing element in Quaker worship


1983, Sabine Willis, An adventure into feminism with Friends


1984, Peter Jones, Pilgrims for justice and peace


1985, Gerald Priestland, For all the saints


1986, Susumu Ishitani, Looking for meanings of my A-bomb experience in Nagasaki


1987, Carol and Dougald McLean, The vision that connects


1988, David Purnell, Creative conflict,


1989, Erica Fisher, A new-born sense of dignity and freedom


1990, Jo Vallentine and Peter Jones, Quakers in Politics: Pragmatisn or Principle


1991, David James and Jillian Wychel, Loving the distances between: racism, culture and spirituality


1993, Ursula Jane O'Shea, Living the way: Quaker spirituality and community


1994, Di Bretherton, As the mirror burns: making a film about Vietnam


1995, Donna Kyle Anderton and Barbara Baker Bird, Emerging currents in the Asia-Pacific

1996, Elise Boulding, Our children, our partners - a new vision for social action in the 21st century


1997, Richard G. Meredith., Learning of one another. The Quaker encounter with other cultures and religions


1998, Charles Stevenson, Embraced by other selves: enriching personal nature through group interaction


1999, Norman Talbot, Myths and stories, truth and lies


2000, Susannah Kay Brindle, To learn a new song. A Quaker contribution to real reconciliation with the earth and its peoples


2001, Hendrik W. van der Merwe, Reconciling opposites: Reflections on peacemaking in South Africa


2002, Mark Deasey, To do justly, and to love mercy: learning from Quaker service


2003, Helen Bayes, Respecting the rights of children and young people: a new perspective on Quaker faith and practice


2004, Ute Caspers, A friendship garden


2005, David Johnson, Peace is a struggle


2006, Polly Walker, One heart and a wrong spirit


2007, Jenny Spinks, Support for our true selves, nurturing the space where leadings flow


2008, George Ellis, Faith, hope & doubt in times of uncertainty, combining the realms of scientific and spiritual enquiry


2009, Helen Gould, The Quaking Meeting


2010, Young Friends, Finding Our Voice, Our Truth, Community and journey as Australian Young Friends

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