First drafts of History: Rediscovering Victoria's war correspondents

Did you miss this seminar? It was kindly recorded by State Library Victoria. Click here to watch the video.

 

From the Boer War to Vietnam and beyond, Australians have long relied on war correspondents to bring home reports from the frontlines of conflict.

Rediscover Victoria's war correspondents at a seminar with historians Fay Anderson, Garrie Hutchinson and Richard Trembath.

Also hear from Mark Baker, CEO of the Melbourne Press Club, who will speak about State Library Victoria's Media legends display.

Afterwards, visit the Media legends display, presented in partnership with the Melbourne Press Club.

This is a free event, but please reserve your seat in advance. Tickets can be booked via: http://www.slv.vic.gov.au/whats-on/first-drafts

The seminar is part of the Making Public Histories series, a joint initiative between State Library Victoria, the History Council of Victoria and Monash University's Institute for Public History. It is a focused seminar series that explores the issues and approaches to historical representation in contemporary society, public history, making history and heritage.

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 This seminar is presented as part of the National Trust Heritage Festival 2016.

Books by and about war correspondents

WHEN
April 21, 2016 at 6pm - 7:30pm
WHERE
State Library Victoria
328 Swanston St
Melbourne, Victoria 3000
Australia
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CONTACT
Margaret Birtley · · 0418814957

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