Melissa Holmes explores the relationship of neighbours Francis Greenway and William Reynolds, of Reynolds’ Cottages in the heart of Sydney’s The Rocks.
Leonard Janiszewski and Effy Alexakis discuss Australia’s Greek milk bars and how these family-based enterprises influenced Australian popular culture.
Samuel Marsden was more than just the ‘flogging parson:’ Dr Matthew Allen explores the broader social significance of Marsden’s magistracy in Parramatta.
Territorial Myths: The construction of legend and historical ownership in country town communities in the 20th century
At Tamworth Library, Dr Louise Prowse explores how country towns took ownership of folk myths and historical legends in order to form distinct identities.
At Addison Road Community Centre, Hohepa Ruhe will explore Māori history and heritage in NSW that spans 223 years, connecting past and present.