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An agnostic’s experience within a modern Papua New Guinean cathedral- Deb Lee-Talbot

PhD candidate, Deb Lee-Talbot, recently travelled to Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, as part of her research project, A Feminist Frontier? Analysing Women’s Experiences on Evangelical sites in Oceania,...

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Conducting Ethical Histories – A Deakin HDR Workshop

Honours candidate, Lee Gaedtke, provides a brief overview of a recent History HDR Workshop, proving that discussions concerning oral histories and ethics can be entertaining and useful.    Say...

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‘Unity Walk’: Celebrating Diversity

PhD candidate, Brad Underhill, reflects on Papua New Guinea’s reputation for violence after partaking in the ‘Unity Walk’ in Port Moresby.   When news broke in the Australian media...

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Book launch at the National Library of Australia

    Professor Paul Hetherington’s book, Moonlight on Oleander: Prose Poems, was launched by Associate Professor Cassandra Atherton at the National Library of Australia on Thursday 6th September, to...

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Using OneNote and Office Lens for Humanities Research

Brad Underhill, a CHRG member and Deakin Postgraduate student, shares valuable insight regarding the use of OneNote for research.  Six months into my PhD, and fresh from a research...

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Contemporary Histories Blog – Dr Sarah Pinto: ‘On Greer and her Archive’

Contemporary Histories Blog ‘On Greer and her Archive’ Dr Sarah Pinto   Melbourne is a city with a critical mass of historians spread across (and beyond) its eight universities....

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Contemporary Histories Blog – Dr Carolyn Holbrook: ‘Woolworths and Coles: An Anzac Tale’

Contemporary Histories Blog Woolworths and Coles: An Anzac Tale Dr Carolyn Holbrook   A couple of weeks ago, as I was pulling out my credit card to pay for...

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Professor Klaus Neumann – “A ‘Precision of Language and Facts'”

Contemporary Histories Blog A “Precision of Language and Facts” Professor Klaus Neumann “Pope likens migrant holding centres to ‘concentration camps,’” Reuters reported on the weekend. First responses ranged from...

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Contemporary Histories Blog – Dr Carolyn Holbrook: ‘The Australian Federation of the Mind’

The Contemporary Histories Research Group is pleased to share our new series; a blog dedicated to exploring contemporary histories and history-making. Today’s entry is from Dr Carolyn Holbrook:   The...

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Contemporary Histories Blog – Dr Alyson Miller & Dr Cassandra Atherton: ‘Pika-Don: Re-Imagining Hiroshima’

The Contemporary Histories Research Group is pleased to share our new series; a blog dedicated to exploring contemporary histories and history-making. Today’s entry is written by Dr Alyson Miller and...

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Contemporary Histories Blog – Dr Mathew Turner: ‘A “Blueprint” for History?’

The Contemporary Histories Research Group is pleased to share our new series; a blog dedicated to exploring contemporary histories and history-making. Today’s entry is from Dr Mathew Turner:   A...

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Contemporary Histories Blog – Associate Professor Helen Gardner: ‘The Other Tanna’

The Contemporary Histories Research Group is pleased to share our new series; a blog dedicated to exploring contemporary histories and history-making. Today’s blog is written by Associate Professor Helen...

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