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France and the French in Australia’s growth to nationhood: 1914-1945

The French Department at the University of Adelaide is celebrating its centenary in 2018 with a series of public events. The next in the series is a free public lecture on the topic “France and the French in Australia’s growth to nationhood: 1914-1945” delivered by Professor Colin Nettelbeck (University of Melbourne).

Date: Thursday 27 September 2018
Time: 6pm – 7pm
Venue: The University of Adelaide, Napier Lecture Theatre 102

Please register here for the “France and the French in Australia’s growth to nationhood: 1914-1945” free public lecture.

For this occasion, the French Department would like in particular to celebrate all of its former (and current) students, who are particularly encouraged to attend. A commemorative photograph of the Department’s alumni, including the guest speaker Colin Nettelbeck himself, will be taken at the conclusion of the lecture and posted online.

 

Earlier on the same day, the French Department will be hosting the second colloquium of the Institute for the Study of French Australian Relations (10.20 am to 5.00 pm). Attendance at all or part of that colloquium is also open to everyone. Please register here for the colloquium.

 

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