Between February and November, evening and lunchtime lectures are held at the Royal Historical Society of Victoria. Speakers address a wide range of topics relating to the history of Victoria. The Society provides audio files of some of these lectures as they were originally presented. This project has been generously supported by the Telematics Trust.
RHSV Lecture Podcasts
Lectures are recorded and made freely available in MP3 format in the smallest file size possible. To listen or download a podcast lecture click a link below.
Travelling Trifles: The souvenirs of late eighteenth-century female British tourists (mp3, mins, 49 MB)
Victoria’s German community and
the Franco-Prussian War of 1870-71: unification twice over? (mp3, 23:05 mins, 70 MB).
Assistant Protector William Thomas (mp3, 50.01 mins, 47.8 MB)
Vergangenheitsbewältigung: Struggle to come to terms with the past (mp3, 23:05 mins, 21.1 MB).