ReViewing History – Day Two

Yesterday was day two and we all met at Notre Dame University in Fremantle for the day. Finally a beautiful sunny, warmer day – much better for Fremantle visiting than previous days. I skipped the first keynote in order to catch up on sleep (it wasn’t my area anyway) and headed in at 11am to … Continue reading

ReViewing History – Day One

I do want to try to report on my days at the conference, although it is currently 9pm and I’ve only just got home after nine lectures so I feel quite dizzy with the information, not to mention exhausted. Still I’ll see how I go. Fabulous day, really, really wonderful to be among the profession … Continue reading

History in the Pub

An historic pub, open fires, beer and a lecture on settlement society from a eminent Historian. A lovely way to spend a Sunday. Today my mum, aunt and I went along to the Albion Hotel in Cottesloe to listen to James Belich give a talk based on his new book Replenishing the Earth. The Settler Revolution … Continue reading

5th Annual Limina Conference – UWA

Yesterday I woke especially early to make it to the University of Western Australia and attend the 5th Annual Limina Conference (it started at 8.30!). Limina is a refereed academic online journal published through the Discipline of History at UWA. It focuses on cultural and historical research work and aims to publish post-graduate students and Early Career … Continue reading