School of Humanities and Social Science,
The University of Newcastle
2012, Semester 1
Held in the Cultural Collections (near the Information Desk)
Level 2, Auchmuty Library, Callaghan Campus
All seminars are held on Fridays at 10:00 am, and are followed afterwards by morning tea
9th March – Michael Rosenthal, Warwick University (UK): Edward Close: prospects of the colony 1817-?
23rd March – Alan Ward, Newcastle University: Is a treaty any use at all? A perspective from restless New Zealand
4th May – Lyndal Ryan, Newcastle University: Was New Zealand part of New South Wales 1788-1817
18th May – James Bennett, Newcastle University: Maurice Shadbolt, William Malone and Chunuk Bair: Gallipoli and late 20th century New Zealand cultural productions. Please note that this date has been changed.
1st June – Elizabeth Roberts-Pederson, University of Western Sydney: “Some measure of revolution”: physical treatments for war neurosis in Britain, 1939-1945
Everyone is welcome!