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4 Sep 14
Thomas Keneally

2014 Ray Mathew Lecture - Thomas Keneally

National Library of Australia

Hear Thomas Keneally give the 2014 Ray Mathew Lecture at the National Library of Australia; Gutenberg Fights On: A Survival Story. With over 50 years' experience in writing and publishing, Thomas...

19 Sep 14
Professor Ray Monk

2014 Seymour Biography Lecture

National Library of Australia Theatre

2014 Seymour Biography Lecture by Professor Ray Monk: How Can I Be a Logician Before I'm a Human Being? The Role of Biography in the Understanding of Intellectuals. Drawing from his work authoring...

13 Sep 14
Images of old fashioned cakes

A Culinary History: Australia's First Cookery Book

National Library of Australia

Join Barbara Santich, Matthew Evans and Tony Marshall for A Culinary History: Australia's First Cookery Book at the National Library of Australia. Celebrate the 150th anniversary and the release of...

30 May 14
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14 Sep 14
A place to call home graphic

A Place to Call Home – Migrant Hostel Memories

National Archives of Australia

A Place to Call Home - Migrant Hostel Memories. Nissen huts, boiled mutton, bottled milk and helping hands. For many migrants after World War II, for better or worse, hostels were their first...

25 Jul 14
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26 Oct 14
Fernand Léger’s Académie Moderne c. 1924

Abstraction-Création: J.W. Power in Europe 1921-1938

National Library of Australia

Abstraction-Création features the work of J.W. Power, one of Australia's most successful and accomplished expatriate painters of the inter-war years. Power studied art in Paris with Fernand Léger...

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