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Book Now – The 1970s: Australian and Indian Perspectives on a Decade of Transition Conference

Deakin University and the Contemporary Histories Research Group are pleased to announce our upcoming conference, The 1970s: Australian and Indian Perspectives on a Decade of Transition. Bookings are free,...

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Book Now – The 1970s: Australian and Indian Perspectives on a Decade of Transition Conference

Deakin University and the Contemporary Histories Research Group are pleased to announce our upcoming conference, The 1970s: Australian and Indian Perspectives on a Decade of Transition. Bookings are free,...

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Book Now – The 1970s: Australian and Indian Perspectives on a Decade of Transition Conference

Deakin University and the Contemporary Histories Research Group are pleased to announce our upcoming conference, The 1970s: Australian and Indian Perspectives on a Decade of Transition. Bookings are free,...

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Book Now -The 1970s: Australian and Indian Perspectives on a Decade of Transition Conference

Deakin University and the Contemporary Histories Research Group are pleased to announce our upcoming conference, The 1970s: Australian and Indian Perspectives on a Decade of Transition. Bookings are free,...

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Associate Professor Tim Sherratt Writes For Museum of Australian Democracy – ‘The Language of Parliament’

Associate Professor Tim Sherratt recently wrote a blog post, ‘The Language of Parliament’, for the Museum of Australian Democracy blog. The post relates to Tim’s work on Hansard records...

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Associate Professor Tim Sherratt’s Keynote Address from Deakin University’s Summer School

Associate Professor Tim Sherratt was recently a Keynote Speaker at Deakin University’s Faculty of Arts and Education Summer School event and has made the content of this presentation, ‘The...

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Welcome to Our New Member: Associate Professor Tim Sherratt

Welcome to our new member, Associate Professor Tim Sherratt. He is a historian and hacker who researches the possibilities and politics of digital cultural collections. Associate Professor Sherratt has worked...

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