2019 Annual History Colloquium
- DateSaturday, 2 November, 8:25am - 5:00pm
- LocationLibrary, Parliament House, Darwin
- BookingsNot required
Join us for this year’s Annual History Colloquium. Coordinated by the Professional Historian’s Association (NT) in partnership with Charles Darwin University, The Australian National University and Library & Archives NT the Colloquium is an opportunity to hear historical research from emerging and established researchers. This year’s diverse program includes presentations on: the early medical ‘protectors’ of Aboriginal people; a secret visitor to the 1954 Japanese pearling fleet; nuclear colonialism and Aboriginal anti-nuclear protest; a historical archaeology of the buffalo shooting industry; the Hawke legend; the tenacious Dr Cecil Cook; abortion law reform in the Territory and more!!
This event is held at the Library inside Parliament House, 4 Bennett St, Darwin.
Photo credit: Truck loaded with buffalo hides at Neil Gaden's camp, C. W. MacPherson Collection, Library & Archives NT PH0346/0196