Upcoming events

20
May
2022

Philip Clarke: Understanding long-run trends in health inequalities using biographical information

Understanding long-run trends in health inequalities using biographical information: What insight can we gain from politicians? This paper considers data...
23
May
2022

Deep Conversations: Restoration, Recovery and Repair, Part II: Rehabilitation

Amid a climate of crisis and ‘unprecedented times’, moments of destruction and devastation are intertwined with those of respite and renewal. By exploring...
25
May
2022

Honour and Dishonour: The Making and Unmaking of Historical Reputations

Abstract to be made available within two weeks of seminar date.   Zoom Detailshttps://anu.zoom.us/j/85741190350?pwd=dWZDRUtVQXVlV1FFeEtjWlNYc1U5QT09  ...
26
May
2022

Gary Werskey: Falling Short: Learning from My Shortcomings as a Biographer

During the past four decades Gary Werskey has written biographies of British left-wing scientists and a forgotten British-Australian artist, as well as family...
31
May
2022

Flood Waters: Australian Environmental Histories of the Present & Possible

Join Prof. Grace Karskens (UNSW) and Dr Margaret Cook (USC) in conversation with A/Prof Ruth Morgan on the recent and deep histories of floods in eastern...
16
Jun
2022

Environmental Exchanges: Alessandro Antonello

Antarctic Krill and the Temporalities of Oceanic Abundance Dr Alessandro Antonello, Flinders University   This presentation by Dr Alessandro Antonello is...

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