The dates for HCCI’s semester one public research seminar series have been announced below. All seminars are held in the Auchmuty Library’s Cultural Collections on Fridays at 10am followed by morning tea at 11am. All are welcome.
8 March, History, Violence, and the Steven Pinker Controversy, Philip Dwyer—University of Newcastle
22 March, Jack Lindsay, Communism and the Classics, Henry Stead—The Open University
5 April, The Making of ‘Ablaze’ and ASIO surveillance of Indigenous Activists in 1950s and 1960s, Alec Morgan—Macquarie University
3 May, Printing Religion After the Enlightenment, Timothy Stanley—University of Newcastle
17 May, The Historicity of Sexuality: Knowledge of the Past in the Emergence of Modern Sexual Science, Alison Moore―Western Sydney University
31 May, Metropolis in Egypt before Septimius Severus: the Evidence of Papyri and Ostraca, Agnieszka Wojciechowska—University of Wrocław
For more information of any questions about the seminars please contact the series coordinators Hugh Lindsay (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Elizabeth Roberts-Pedersen (email@example.com).