Past events

19
Sep
2018

Redcoats transported: British soldiers transported to the Australian colonies 1788-1868

Redcoats transported: British soldiers transported to the Australian colonies 1788-1868   My project investigates the experience of about 6,500 serving...
30
Aug
2018

Christine Milne: Reflecting on ‘An Activist Life’

Over the years I have written hundreds of press releases and speeches, yet writing a political autobiography was a challenging task. How does a private person...
30
Aug
2018

Christine Milne: Reflecting on ‘An Activist Life’

Over the years I have written hundreds of press releases and speeches, yet writing a political autobiography was a challenging task. How does a private person...
29
Aug
2018

Beyond borders: historical approaches to the 'literary expatriate' in New Zealand and Australia

In this Seminar Series presenter is Dr Helen Bones from Western Sydney University. Her topic is "Beyond borders: historical approaches to the 'literary...
22
Aug
2018

Backing Little Britain: The Distempers of Empire’s End

Professor Stuart Ward from the University of Copenhagen will be the speaker at our Wednesday Seminar Series on 22 August 4:15pm in the MacDonald Room of the...
16
Aug
2018

The Empire Has No Clothes: Naked Imaginings, Colonial Obsessions - Philippa Levine

If clothing can be said to have political and cultural meaning, then the same must surely be true of its absence.  In the European empires, where the...
15
Aug
2018

Civilisational Heritage and Hierarchies: Historicising Australian (Phil)Hellenism/s

Dr Andonis Piperoglou is a historian who focuses on migration, race, and settler-colonialism in the early twentieth century. Andonis completed his dissertation...

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