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History Student Wins Wakefield Prize

Congratulations to former student Walter Marsh, who won the Wakefield Companion to SA History Undergraduate Essay Prize. Walter completed a Bachelor of Media with Bachelor of Arts majoring in History; he then went on to study Honours in History. Walter’s prize-winning essay was drawn from his Honours thesis. The prize is administrated by the History […]

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Learning from the Past, Thinking about the Future – Forum

Join leading researchers as they discuss past and contemporary history of migrant and refugee experiences in Australia, and the implications for current-day migration policy. This public discussion forum is sponsored by the Hostel Stories Project. Dr Melanie Baak Education, UniSA Dr Jim Hammerton History, LaTrobe Ms Nicole Harb Social & Policy Studies, Flinders A/Prof James […]

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Book launch: Pasts Present: History at Australia’s Third University

Pasts Present provides a series of perspectives on the Discipline of History at the University of Adelaide, from colonial times to the present. Essays by current and former academics and students explore the distinctive character of the discipline; highlight changing fashions and fortunes in research, teaching and governance and the numerous ways in which the […]

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Get involved with History – HIST 2086 New York City in Revolution: Reacting to the Past

An innovative, new History course was offered this year, HIST 2086 New York City in Revolution: Reacting to the Past. Students engaged with History on a whole new level by taking over the classroom and attempting to ‘win’ role-playing games. Hear about their experiences: Unfortunately, the course will not be on offer in 2014, but […]

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Adelaide researchers investigate SA’s migrant hostels, reception centres and camps

In partnership with the Migration Museum, Associate Professor Rachel Ankeny from the School of History and Politics is leading a team, including students Dr Karen Agutter, Daniella Pilla and Justin Madden, to investigate South Australia’s migrant hostels, reception centres and camps between 1949 and 1985.   Read Hostel Stories Adelaide Review, December by A/Prof Rachel Ankeny

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