Lca committee Meeting Minutes Sunday 2nd March 2014 at 7: 00pm in Memorial Hall, LisvaneLca committee Meeting Minutes Sunday 2nd March 2014 at 7: 00pm in Memorial Hall, Lisvane
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So before we begin this evening I’d like to acknowledge the Ngunnawal and Nanbury people, the traditional owners of this land, thank their elders past and present for caring for the land on which this beautiful building where we call our
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Transcript of All My Januaries Speakers: Anne-Marie Schwirtlich (A), Kerry Stokes (K), Barbara BlackmanTranscript of All My Januaries Speakers: Anne-Marie Schwirtlich (A), Kerry Stokes (K), Barbara Blackman
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Transcript Author Talk First Things First by Kate Llewellyn National Library of Australia Speaker/s: Kate Llewellyn, Ruth Bacchua and Barbara HillTranscript Author Talk First Things First by Kate Llewellyn National Library of Australia Speaker/s: Kate Llewellyn, Ruth Bacchua and Barbara Hill
Community Outreach here at the library which means I get to come to wonderful events like this evening’s. As we being I would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of this land and I thank their elders past and present for caring for this land that we’re all
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An exhibition of material from the Monash University Library, Rare Book CollectionAn exhibition of material from the Monash University Library, Rare Book Collection
Deputy La Trobe Librarian. Shortly afterwards in the lead up to Victoria’ sesqui-centenary, the then State Librarian, the late Warren Horton
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From former Edinburgh Makar, Valerie Gillies, comes a selection of works from over eight collections of poetry, including previously uncollected poems and a new selection of poems, 'a year as an American Bird'
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Desire development of a European Service for Information on Research and Education
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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
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Wenshan Review: Transatlantic Literary and Cultural Relations, 1776 to the Present (30 Jun)
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Transcript of Ancient Wisdom, Modern Breath Speakers: Kathryn Favelle (K), Edmund Capon (E), Tianli Zu (T) LocationTranscript of Ancient Wisdom, Modern Breath Speakers: Kathryn Favelle (K), Edmund Capon (E), Tianli Zu (T) Location
Kathryn Favelle, and I’m the Director of Community Outreach here at the National Library. And, as we begin this evening, I’d like to acknowledge the traditional owners of this land on which we are now very privileged to call home and I thank their elders past
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