Past events

29
Feb
2024

Subjects of Time: Australian lives at the fin de siècle

The fin de siècle c1890-1914 reflected a tension between movement and stasis, degeneration and progress. Historical actors caught between acting in the world...
28
Feb
2024

Challenging Colonialism: Australians who Helped the Nation to Embrace Human Equality

A seminar with Professor Angela Woollacott   In 1945 most in the nation accepted White Australia both as an immigration policy and for all the inequality it...
21
Feb
2024

Shannyn Palmer Unmaking Angas Downs: Remaking Colonial History

Palmer’s book, Unmaking Angas Downs: Myth and History on a Central Australian Pastoral Station, winner of the Prime Minister’s Prize for History in 2023, began...
30
Nov
2023

Kevin Windle: Alexander Zuzenko, the Communist International and the Workers’ Republic of Australia

Alexander Zuzenko, a sailor and veteran of the 1905 Russian revolution, arrived in Australia in 1911 and embarked upon a career of industrial and political...
17
Nov
2023

Women, Gender and Authority Workshop

The one-day event will explore the relationship between gender and authority, and how the exercise of power affected the daily lives of women. Investigating...
08
Nov
2023

The Environment comes to Universities: Legacies of the UN Stockholm Conference on the Human Environment

The United Nations Conference on the Human Environment met in Stockholm in 1972, bringing together scientists, international governance specialists and...

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