LocationOld Treasury Building
20 Spring St
East Melbourne, Victoria 3002
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Event contactMargaret Birtley
0418 814 957
Two history podcasters will play and discuss recent history podcasts, and consider the nature, significance and impact of this burgeoning media for making and sharing histories.
Emma Lancaster is an award-winning multi-platform journalist and Executive Producer of two podcasts for the Australian Centre for Public History at the University of Technology Sydney: History Lab, an investigative Australian history podcast and GLAMcity, a weekly radio talk show hosted by historians about galleries, libraries, archives and museums in the Greater Sydney region.
Andrew J. May, Professor of History at the University of Melbourne, directs the Melbourne History Workshop, a studio-based research collaboratory that provides innovative and rigorously historical research, postgraduate training, industry collaboration and community-facing projects. Recent projects include the My Marvellous Melbourne podcast.
This seminar will be convened by Alistair Thomson from History at Monash University.
Please book your seat at this free event by clicking the RSVP button at the foot of this page.
Update, 6 March 2018: This event is close to being fully booked, but some seats have become available in the last 24 hours, so the RSVP button below can be used if you want to book in today!
This seminar is part of an ongoing series, Making Public Histories, that is offered jointly by the Monash University History Program, the History Council of Victoria and the Old Treasury Building. Each seminar aims to explore issues and approaches in making public histories. The seminars are open, free of charge, to anyone interested in the creation and impact of history in contemporary society. Click HERE to learn about other events in the series.
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