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October 12 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Join us for an evening of new ideas and interesting discussion to celebrate History Month in Victoria. “Emerging Historians” is a popular annual event that offers fascinating insights into a wide variety of new history research.
This year we present four speakers who will share their research on a variety of topics that showcase how multifaceted history can be.
- Joseph Parro will speak on the Far Right in Australia during the interwar period
- Kali Myers will explore the representations of health, exercise, and the woman’s body in nineteenth-century Australian print culture
- Dilhani Dissanayake will discuss her PhD research on ‘Cinnamon and Cinnamon Peelers’ (pictured) and
- Rachel Goldlust will share her findings on the environmental history of Australians going off grid since the late 19th Century.
Chaired by Andrew Lemon (RHSV) and Bec Carland (PHA (Vic & Tas))
Proudly presented by the Professional Historians of Australia (Victoria and Tasmania) and the Royal Historical Society of Victoria.
Tuesday 12th October at 6pm via zoom
PHA is recording the RSVPs for this event so please click on this link to register: https://phavic.wildapricot.org/event-4488878
The event is being delivered on the Zoom platform and those registering above will be sent the link just prior to the event.