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That Woman
Code: 201  |  Type: Conversation   |  Genres: History, Biography & Memoir,
Sunday, May 20 2012 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Ticketed: $20/$15
Pier 2/3 Main Stage, Pier 2/3, Hickson Road, Walsh Bay Venue & Transport Info
Anne Sebba, Rowena Danziger
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Wallis Simpson was, depending on your view ofhistory, either the woman who destroyed the monarch or who saved the monarchy by enticing the pro-Nazi Edward VII away from the throne. Anne Sebba uncovers previously secret letters that throw surprising new light on the Duchess of Windsor, who famously said that a woman could never be to rich or too thin. She talks to Rowena Danziger.
Presented with UNSW.

Change from printed program: Lee Tulloch has withdrawn. Rowena Danziger will now facilitate this event.

Anne Sebba (International)

Anne Sebba is a biographer, lecturer, journalist and former Reuters foreign correspondent. Her first job was at the BBC World Service in the Arabic department. She has written eight critically acclaimed books, mostly about iconic women who enjoyed using power and influence in different ways. Her latest biography is That Woman: The life of Wallis Simpson. Anne has presented BBC Radio documentaries, is a member of the Society of Authors Executive Committee and regularly lectures to corporations, clubs and institutions.

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Rowena Danziger AM (Australian)

Rowena Danziger AM was headmistress of Ascham School from 1973 to 2003. She was a member of the board of Sydney Writers’ Festival from 2002 to 2011, and a member of the board of Opera Australia from 1989 to 2009, including a period as chairperson (2001-2003). Rowena is currently chairperson of the Foundation of the Art Gallery of NSW, and is a board member of Crown Ltd and Consolidated Media Holdings.