War Stories Inquiry, Empathy, Imagination in the Telling of History – 15 May 2019

War Stories: Inquiry, Empathy, Imagination in the Telling of History A Symposium at the Anzac Memorial Hyde Park in conjunction with The University of Sydney Programme War Stories programme 9.15-9.30am | Acknowledgment of Country and Introduction Acknowledgment of Country Julia Horne, University Historian, University of Sydney and Co-Director, Beyond 1914—The University of Sydney and the …

Agents in Times of War – Italy, 1500-1530 – A Workshop, 12 April 2019

Italy rattled with war in the early sixteenth century. An array of European disputants laid conflicting claims upon the peninsula; decades of violence followed (a period known as the Italian Wars, 1494-1559). This interdisciplinary workshop assembles specialists in High Renaissance Italy so as to spotlight individuals whose agency provides new perspectives on the conflicts, whether …

Global Middle Ages seminar series – 8 May

In the middle of the worldwide ‘Spanish flu’ pandemic, Arthur Moore found himself detained at North Head Quarantine Station. His stay in March 1919 was short, but shared with thousands of other returning soldiers.

Global Middle Ages seminar series – 10 April

In the middle of the worldwide ‘Spanish flu’ pandemic, Arthur Moore found himself detained at North Head Quarantine Station. His stay in March 1919 was short, but shared with thousands of other returning soldiers.