Join the University of Newcastle for a talk by University of Sydney PhD candidate, Tamsin O’Connor, on the bad neighbours of early nineteenth century Newcastle. Using the penal station as a microcosm for the wider colony, her paper will explore how the exiles of Newcastle looked to the sea to keep up their neighbourly ties, including replicating the illegal trading patterns they had known in Europe.
This is a special event for History Week within the History discipline’s regular Friday morning seminar series. All welcome. Tea and cake will be served.
When: Friday 9 September 2016, 10:00-11:30am.
Where: Cultural Collections, Auchmuty Library,
University of Newcastle, Callaghan Campus
Callaghan NSW 2308
Contact: email@example.com or 02 4921 5324
Presented by the History Department, University of Newcastle.
Image: Newcastle, New South Wales, 1818, watercolour by Edward Close, courtesy National Library of Australia
This event is part of
History Week: Neighbours
3-11 September 2016
Presented by the History Council of NSW
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