History Seminar Series, Semester 2, 2009

School of Humanities and Social Science

History Seminar Series, 2009

Seminar Series for Staff and Postgraduates and Friends of History

Held in the Cultural Collections Reading Room (near the Information Common),
Level 2, Auchmuty Library, Callaghan Campus

10-11 am (followed by morning tea)
Coordinator: Dr Michael Ondaatje

Semester II

31 July, Barbara Alice Mann, Department of English, University of Toledo

Conquest of Empire: The United States in North America, 1780-1820

14 August, Wayne Reynolds, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Newcastle

History, Terrorism and Australia

28 August, Jonathan Bell, Department of History, University of Reading

The two worlds of welfare politics: building an ideology of the left in San Francisco, 1956-1970

11 September, Nigel Penn, University of Cape Town, South Africa

Frontiers of colonial genocide?The Northern Cape and Australian settler/hunter-gatherer frontiers compared

25 September, Barry Morris, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Newcastle

An Anthropology of ANZAC

23 October, Troy Duncan, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Newcastle

Francis de Witt Batty: advocate of the Middle Way and custodian of Empire (Postponed)

30 October, Camilla Russell, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Newcastle

Vocation to the East: The Asian Jesuit missionary enterprise at the beginning of the global age

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