History Program Research Seminars

Semester 1, 2018

Fridays, 12-1pm, Faculty Seminar Room
(Room E561, Menzies Building, 20 Chancellors Walk, Clayton campus)

March 9 Seamus O’Hanlon
The Sounds of Restructuring: Deindustrialization, Economic Decline, and the Emergence of Punk in Late-1970s Melbourne
March 16 Kathleen Neal/
Marian Quartly
Behind the Scenes in Late Medieval Diplomacy / Family History and the History of the Family
March 23 Sharon Crozier-de Rosa
University of Wollongong
The Gendering of Militancy: Emotions and Ethics in Early Twentieth-Century Britain and Ireland
April 13 Bain Attwood
Claiming Possession: Sovereignty, Property and the Making of Aboriginal Title, a Colonial Tale
April 20 Stephen Legg
Firewood, Forests and Conservation in Victoria before 1970
April 27 Ernest Koh
Australians have big feet! (And Other Stories): Writing the History of Singapore/Malaysia from Australia’s Asian Garrisons
May 4 Ali Alizadeh
Joan of Arc: Mascot or Military Leader?
May 18 Steve Joyce
The Legacy of Gildas: Authority and the Monastic Ideal
May 25 Mark Edele
University of Melbourne
Marxism-Lewinism and the Origins of Stalinism