2020 Annual History Colloquium
- DateSaturday, 31 October, 8:55am - 5:00pm
- LocationNorthern Territory Library (inside 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 program covers diverse themes from flying padres, place naming, to cross-dressing. Dr David Ritchie will present at the colloquium on History, Place and Identity in Darwin. We are pleased to announce that part of the proceedings Ted Egan will launch John Strehlow’s new book, The Tale of Frieda Keysser.
COVID-19 protocols and social distancing measures are in place at Parliament House. Bookings are preferred but not essential.
This event is held at the Library inside Parliament House, 4 Bennett St, Darwin.
Photo credit: Protestors on iron stack in Darwin, 1972, protesting for the return of Larrakia lands. LANT, WB Day Collection PH0052/0003
Please note that the program has been updated. 'Archaeology in the Long Grass' presentation is no longer going ahead as previously advertised.