RDHP Events

09
Sep
2021

First Nations Histories towards Social Justice and Institutional change

This seminar features three speakers who have been at the centre of movements for institutional, national, and international change. This expert panel will...
08
Sep
2021

Deep Conversations webinar: Telling history through Country

How might history be told through Country? In what ways might Country speak? Country is more than the backdrop for history; it is an active participant within...
04
Aug
2021

WK Hancock Chair Inaugural Lecture "Beyond the Discovery Narrative? Visualizing a Deeper History of Australia"

Join the ANU School of History for the WK Hancock Chair Inaugural lecture given by Ann McGrath, WK Hancock Distinguished Professor in the School of History at...
13
May
2021

Ongoing responsibilities’ and finding answers

GML Heritage and the Research Centre for Deep History are pleased to announce their collaborative event series, ‘First Nations Speaker Series’. The series...
02
Mar
2021

Nuclear histories: How the atom shapes the past

Australia is home to abundant uranium and thorium reserves, the radioactive heavy metals that fuel nuclear reactors, arm militaries, and contribute to the...
29
Oct
2020

Oceanic histories: How seas shaped Australia’s past

The Deep History and Science in Conversation Series created two excellent webinars, one on Pandemics, the other on The Anthropocene. If you missed them, both...
14
Jul
2020

Is Deep History White?

14 July, 1:00 PM AEST & 15 July 15, 3.30PM AEST. A two-part program presented by the New Earth Histories Research Program, UNSW, and Professor Pratik...
23
Jun
2020

Deep History and Science in Conversation: The Anthropocene

Perhaps unsurprisingly, our topic for the previous and inaugural session in our Conversation Series was inspired by the alarming and largely unprecedented...
05
May
2020

Deep History and Science in Conversation : Pandemics and Deep Time

The Deep History and Science in Conversation Series is an initiative of the Research Centre for Deep History. 
05
May
2020

'Pandemics and the Deep Human Past': Deep History and Science in Conversation

‘Pandemics and the Deep Human Past’ is the first conversation in the Deep History and Science in Conversation Series, a initiative of the Research Centre for...

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