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04
May
‘12

Purple Threads shortlisted for 2012 Commonwealth Book Prize

A novel by the School of History's Dr Jeanine Leane has been shortlisted for the 2012 Commonwealth Book Prize. Purple Threads includes 11 stories about strong Aboriginal women living in a white community. The stories are based on Leane...

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14
May
‘12

Dr Martin Thomas wins 2012 National Biography Award

Dr Martin Thomas, ARC Future Fellow at ANU's School of History has won the $25,000 National Biography Award for 2012, Australia's richest prize for biographical writing and memoir. The Many Worlds of R. H. Mathews: In Search...

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16
May
‘12

Doctor Do-Good shortlisted for the 2012 Magarey Medal for Biography

A biography by the School of History's Dr Rani Kerin has been shortlisted for the 2012 Magarey Medal. Doctor Do-Good: Charles Duguid and Aboriginal Advancement, 1930s-1960s (Australian Scholarly Publishing) is a study of Charles Duguid and his...

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16
May
‘12

Dr Carolyn Strange awarded 2012 Larry J. Hackman Research Fellowship

Dr Carolyn Strange, Senior Fellow and Graduate Director at ANU's School of History, is the 2012 recipient of the Larry J. Hackman Research Fellowship, awarded by the New York State Archives and the New York State Archives Partnership Trust. Her...

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16
May
‘12

ANU Postdocs go head to head in the 2012 Serle Award

Dr Marie Kawaja and Dr Cameron Muir have both been shortlisted for the Australian Historical Association's 2012 Searle Award.  The Serle Award is a biennial prize to commemorate the contribution to Australian History of Geoffrey Serle...

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23
May
‘12

Grace Karskens delivers 2012 Allan Martin Lecture

On Wednesday 15 May, Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities and University of NSW historian, Associate Professor Grace Karskens, presented the ANU School of History 2012 Allan Martin lecture, Shifting the shape of Australian history...

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24
May
‘12

Professor Tom Griffiths at TEDx Sydney 2012

On Saturday 26 May, ANU School of History's Professor Tom Griffiths will share the stage with some of Australia's most innovative thinkers at TEDx Sydney. Tom's presentation, 'One degree, one thousand years: An...

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28
May
‘12

Dr Alex Cook takes to the seas to recount Captain James Cook’s first Pacific voyage

The School of History's Dr Alex Cook will be voyaging to Lord Howe Island aboard the Endeavour Replica to observe the Transit of Venus. Organised by the Australian National Maritime Museum, the voyage is designed to commemorate Captain...

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04
Jun
‘12

Is Mein Kampf still too dangerous?

School of History lecturer and author of "Suicide in Nazi Germany", Dr Christian Goeschel, reignites the debate surrounding the release of Hitler’s "Mein Kampf", the autobiography he dictated to his secretary during...

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08
Jun
‘12

'Voices from the West End' wins 2012 WA Local History Award

Described at its launch last week 'as the most significant contribution to Fremantle history for 60 years', Voices from the West End has received the 2012 WA Local History Award 2012 - Fremantle.  Edited by the National Centre of...

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