Lecture: Griffith Review – Enduring Legacies Date: 07/05/2015 Location: National Library of Australia Speakers: Guy Hansen, Julianne Schultz, Peter Stanley, Frank Bongiorno, Meredith McKinney, Tim BonyhadyLecture: Griffith Review – Enduring Legacies Date: 07/05/2015 Location: National Library of Australia Speakers: Guy Hansen, Julianne Schultz, Peter Stanley, Frank Bongiorno, Meredith McKinney, Tim Bonyhady
Speakers: Guy Hansen, Julianne Schultz, Peter Stanley, Frank Bongiorno, Meredith McKinney, Tim Bonyhady
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Phil Griffiths The roots and consequences of Australia’s fear of JapanPhil Griffiths The roots and consequences of Australia’s fear of Japan
Even today, more than half a century after the Second World War, anti-Japanese racism remains a potent factor in Australian politics, and many of Australia’s political leaders, including the current Prime Minister
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The struggle of man against power is the struggle of memory against forgettingThe struggle of man against power is the struggle of memory against forgetting
Half a million to one million men, women, and children died (Khan, 2008); and some 20 million people were displaced, making it one of the largest displacements of people in human since Second World War
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, Joan Beaumont (JB), John Connor (JC), Michael McKernan (MM), Audience, Joan Beaumont (JB), John Connor (JC), Michael McKernan (MM), Audience
Speakers: Peter Stanley (PS), Joan Beaumont (JB), John Connor (JC), Michael McKernan
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Lessons and Activities on Apartheid Adapted from the lessons from Dana Garrison and William BigelowLessons and Activities on Apartheid Adapted from the lessons from Dana Garrison and William Bigelow
Explain how nationalism led to independence in South Africa, Kenya, and Nigeria
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Is it true that the major parties in Australia have become nearly indistinguishable in their beliefs?Is it true that the major parties in Australia have become nearly indistinguishable in their beliefs?
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Comparing successful and unsuccessful spin in public relations: The 2007 Australian federal electionComparing successful and unsuccessful spin in public relations: The 2007 Australian federal election
Pr-ization of politics’ has brought the demagoguery underpinning political processes into the open. This occurred partly because politicians emerged as public actors, rather than behind-the-scenes advisors
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Menzies: treasurer in transition to warMenzies: treasurer in transition to war
Sir Robert Menzies was Australia’s longest‑serving prime minister, and for almost a year at the start of World War II was also its treasurer
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The struggle of man against power is the struggle of memory against forgettingThe struggle of man against power is the struggle of memory against forgetting
Half a million to one million men, women, and children died (Khan, 2008); and some 20 million people were displaced, making it one of the largest displacements of people in human since Second World War
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Speakers: Amelia Mckenzie (A), Julianne Schultz (J), Allan Gyngell (G), Jenny Hocking (H), Graeme Smith (S) Audience: (Au) Location: National Library of Australia Date: 13 March 2018Speakers: Amelia Mckenzie (A), Julianne Schultz (J), Allan Gyngell (G), Jenny Hocking (H), Graeme Smith (S) Audience: (Au) Location: National Library of Australia Date: 13 March 2018
Director General of Collections Management here in the Library and I will be kicking us off tonight. As we begin I would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of this land
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Bantu EducationBantu Education
Our children were to go to school only three hours a day, two shifts of children every day, one in the morning and one in the afternoon, so that more children could get a little bit of learning without government having to spend more money
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