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Trinity Papers represent a series prepared by Trinity College, that focuses on broad issues facing the community in areas such as education, ethics, history, politics, and science. Here is a selection of past Trinity papers. If you are interested in a paper that isn't displayed here, please contact the Communications department and we will arrange a copy for you.
Trinity Paper 1: A Case for the Value of Residence in Australian University Education, Damian Powell
Trinity Paper 2: Faithful to the Last: Contemporary Issues in Dying, from the Perspective of Pastoral Theology, Bridget Woollard
Trinity Paper 3: Federalism and the Judges: How the Americans Made Us What We Are, Laurence Claus
Trinity Paper 4: The Fellowship of Friends: Sir James Darling and the College Ideal, Donald Markwell
Trinity Paper 5: Leadership, Peter Gration
Trinity Paper 6: International Humanitarian Law and the Balkans: the Dilemma of a Superpower, John Sanderson
Trinity Paper 7: Common Ground, Uncommon Upheaval: The American Catholic Church at the Crossroads, Mary Aquin O'Neill
Trinity Paper 8: Shades of Grey: The Pope, Christian Ethics and the Ambiguity of Human Situations, Ian Markham
Trinity Paper 9: The Leeper Library and the Book Collections At Trinity College, The University of Melbourne, Gillian Forwood
Trinity Paper 10: Australia's Role In Asia, John Sanderson
Trinity Paper 11: Jesus as Prophet: An Access to the Quest for the Historical Jesus of Nazareth, Arthur Jones
Trinity Paper 12: Born Under Saturn and Jupiter: The Inescapable Conflict and Contradiction of Arthur Boyd, Kate Challis
Trinity Paper 13: The So-Called Right of Humanitarian Intervention, Adam Roberts
Trinity Paper 14: Some reflections on Church and State, Donald Markwell
Trinity Paper 15: Gothic Foundations and rising Damp, or Prophets and Rebels: the Contribution of the Liberal Intellectual Tradition in Australian Anglicanism to National Culture, Colin Holden
Trinity Paper 16: Issues of the Stolen Generation, Jack Rush
Trinity Paper 17: When Victor Turner Met Carl Rogers: Implications for Pastoral Theology, Colleen O'Reilly
Trinity Paper 18: The 1850 Bishops Conference and the Strange Birth of Australian Synods, Bruce Kaye
Trinity Paper 19: The Denominational University College Today, Donald Markwell
Trinity Paper 20: 'Undergraduate Education for the 21st Century: Australia at the Crossroads', speech by Donald Markwell, 5 September 2002
Trinity Paper 21: Finding the Way (Sir Albert Coates Oration, University of Ballarat, 2002), Robin Sharwood
Trinity Paper 22: Aligning the Objectives and Functions of Education to Meet the New Realities of the 21st Century, Alan A Patterson
Trinity Paper 23: Buddhist and Christian Perspectives on Human Suffering: Dialogical Frontiers in Pastoral Theology' (Noel Carter Lecture, 2002), Ruwan Palapathwala
Trinity Paper 24: Whose Meal is it Anyway? Jesus, the Church and Eucharistic Origins (Barry Marshall Memorial Lecture, 2002), Andrew McGowan
Trinity Paper 25: Building Australia's Future The Commonwealth Government's Blueprint for Reform: A Critique, Professor Peter Karmel
Trinity Paper 26: 'Christianity and ...': Possibilities for Dialogue, Keith Ward
Trinity Paper 27: University Education: Australia's Urgent Need for Reform, Donald Markwell
Trinity Paper 28: Education For Our Times, Donald Markwell
Trinity Paper 29: 'To Strive, to Seek, to Find, and Not to Yield': The Making of the (Victoria) Church of England Act 1854, Robin Sharwood
Trinity Paper 30: Masters of History: Three Students of Trinity, John Reeve
Trinity Paper 31: Issues in Global Higher Education: The Challenge to the University of Melbourne, Donald Markwell
Trinity Paper 32: Sacramental Living, the Most Revd Dr Rowan Williams
Trinity Paper 33: Keynes and and International Economic and Political Relations, Donald Markwell
Trinity Paper 34: Who's Afraid of John Maynard Keynes, Alex Millmow
Trinity Paper 35: What Would Keynes Say Now?, Peter Jonson
Trinity Paper 36: Keynes, sticky money wages, behavioural economics and responding to the Global Financial Crisis, Ian McDonald
Trinity Paper 37: The Relevance of Keynesian Fiscal Policy Today, Bruce Littleboy
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