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Laura Signorelli 11 Dec 18
Decided to pop into the Museum of Sydney on my lunch break to view the new exhibition ‘Street Photography’. Not only do the photographs provide a great insight into the subjects captured at the time, but also their surroundings
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John McCready-Huntsman Jul 27
Fascinating article on sex between men and other forms of 'queer' activity on the Victorian goldfields by Alex Baily. Perhaps also useful in learning how to uncover sexual histories in the archive
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AWHN Sep 11
Congratulations to historian on being awarded an ARC 2019 Laureate Fellowship! Lynette’s cutting-edge project is titled “Global Encounters & First Nations Peoples: 1000 Years of Australian History”.
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Chris Monnox Jan 5
One day (7 hours) of research at the National Library of Australia, including digitisation, where possible.
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Dr Effie Karageorgos Nov 24
I have my contract so it's time to share: I've accepted a FT fixed-term posn teaching Austn History at . I have many people to thank, but will just say: I'm excited & feel v lucky to be joining such a brilliant gp of researchers, teaching (& the beaches..!).
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Pathfinders Nov 18
Here’s a selection of pics from the Tracker Walford Walkway, Walgett. Mr Walford, the last NSW tracker, retired in 1973. We are honoured to contribute to the panel, produced by , highlighting the stories of trackers who worked at Walgett from 1862 onwards.
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Carolyn Holbrook Oct 28
Professor Marilyn Lake: 'Surely it is time, now, with wage theft rampant, for our political leaders to remind Australians that minimum and award wages were rendered compulsory by law in this country more than 120 years ago.'
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Australian Historical Studies Sep 2
Postgrads! Did you present a paper at the AHA conference? Then you have until 30 Sept to submit it for the 2019 Ken Inglis Prize and a chance to be published in AHS. Email submissions and inquiries to ahs-history@unimelb.edu.au
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AHA (Australia) Nov 13
The AHA is delighted to announce the CFP for our 2020 annual conference: ‘Urgent Histories.’ The conference will be held 29 June-3 July, at the Deakin Geelong waterfront Campus. Abstracts due 29 Feb 2020
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History Lab podcast Jun 24
Whoop whoop! History Lab has won the silver trophy at the - thanks to the crack team @JS_the_real
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Ellen Cresswell Aug 20
Check out my latest article in , looking at how Australian mothers dealt with the absence of their soldier sons during WW1, in particular their need to always "do something"
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Amy Thomas Jul 8
standing room only for discussing his work on the history of human rights as a concept in 20th century Australia, noting how most recently rights to employment, education, housing etc are not as often understood as human rights
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Caitlin Adams Jul 30
My essay for is out today! All about the precarious lives of s James Ogden and William Gloster, and their families in the early colony. Featuring birth in the workhouse.
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St. John’s Cemetery Project Oct 6
193 years ago today Constable Benjamin Ratty died from a gunshot wound sustained whilst capturing 2 weeks earlier. These location shots in & around relate to where the bushrangers were first heard that night. Read his bio:
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Nicole Cama Mar 5
"People from the distant past still matter to people living today" Paul Irish discusses his experiences collaboratively researching & writing Aboriginal history at & Oral History NSW's seminar
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david coombe history 🖼📰 Jan 6
Forget hidden documents in dusty archives. Check out the digital! It looks like at has identified the previously uncertain site of the Eureka Stockade, Ballarat. See the map at or .
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Nicole Townsend Feb 10
If you're in Canberra this Thursday, come down to the & hear this year's Summer Scholars share their research. RAN in the evac of Greece, the Syria-Lebanon campaign of 1941, and Aust impressions of empire all feat. 10am in the BAE Systems theatre
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Danielle Broadhurst Sep 2
My first peer-reviewed article on Venereal Disease legislation during is out now in the latest edition of So excited to be sharing the pages with some incredible scholarship!
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Scott McKinnon Aug 5
Places still available for 'Interpreting Memories: An Advanced Oral History Workshop' with Prof Al Thomson. At on 24th Aug. Bookings:
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Noah Riseman 18 Jan 19
Replying to @IndigenousX @theage
You can read even more about those strong Aboriginal women and the shameful government responses here:
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