History@Newcastle Research Seminar Series 2017

History@Newcastle Research Seminar Series, Semester 1, 2017

History@Newcastle Research Seminar Series, Semester 1, 2017

History@Newcastle Research Seminar Series, Semester 1, 2017 (PDF Version)

History@Newcastle
Research Seminar Series 2017

Seminars are held in the Cultural Collections area of the Auchmuty Library (ground floor through AIC)
at 10am and are followed by morning tea at 11am.
All welcome!

Semester One

10 March 2017
‘Violence, Emancipation and the 1917 Russian Revolutions.’
Roger Markwick—University of Newcastle

24 March 2017
‘History of Wine Transmissions between France and Australia.’
Mikael Pierre—University of Newcastle

7 April 2017
‘Sexual Violence and Medicine: Police Surgeons, Forensic Medical Examiners, and ‘Cultures of Care’ in Twentieth Century Britain.’
Joanna Bourke—University of Newcastle/Birkbeck, University of London

28 April 2017
‘Comparing Australia’s Mining Booms.’
David Lee—Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

12 May 2017
‘Standing up to the Big Man? An Oral History Study of HIV-Positive
Gay Men’s Interactions with Medical Professionals in Sydney, 1982- 1996.’
Cheryl Ware—Macquarie University

26 May 2017
‘“Let’s All Get Planting”: The Kitchen Garden Movement on the Soviet Home Front, 1941-1945.’
Euridice Charon-Cardona—University of Newcastle

For more information please contact seminar convenor Dr Kate Ariotti:
Kate.Ariotti@newcastle.edu.au