2019 Annual History Colloquium

Saturday, 2 November, 8:25am - 5:00pm

Event Details

  • Date
    Saturday, 2 November, 8:25am - 5:00pm
  • Location
    Library, Parliament House, Darwin
  • Cost
  • Bookings
    Not required
Truck loaded with buffalo hides sitting on the road with trees and horse in the background.

Join us for this year’s Annual History Colloquium. Coordinated by the Professional Historian’s Association (NT) in partnership with Charles Darwin UniversityThe 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!!

Click here for a copy of the full schedule.

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