Date: Tuesday 13 July
Time: 5.15 tea / coffee 5.45 Lecture
Place: Royal Historical Society of Victoria, 239 A'Beckett Street, Melbourne
Cost: members free; non-members $5.50
Lucy Bracey will discuss the production of a radio program she is producing for the history show on Radio National, Hindsight. The program tentatively titled Sex, power and panic looks at the lives of three women who were thought to threaten the moral wellbeing of Nineteenth century Victorian society - Lola Montez, Madame Brussels and Emma Williams. Lucy will discuss the processes involved in the production of the radio program, plus the ways in which public historians can engage with history using different mediums, like radio.
Kirstie Close will talk about her research for her PhD thesis at Deakin University looking at the Fijian Methodist Church between 1930 and the year of the church's independence in 1964. Her research involves both archival sources, including church archives in Suva, Melbourne and Canberra plus oral history interviews.
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