Throughout April, PHA (Qld) member Dr Anne Monsour presented a number of engaging programs across Brisbane highlighting several facets of Queensland’s Lebanese heritage. [caption id="attachment_995" align="aligncenter" width="550"] Miegunyah House Museum[/caption] On April 9, Miegunyah House Museum hosted Dr Monsour’s talk, “Not two steps behind but side by side’, which explored the experience of Lebanese and Syrian women…Read more
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Dr Jonathan Richards, the PHA (Qld) President, and a Visiting Fellow at the Harry Gentle Resource Centre, Griffith University, is in big demand this month. His talk at the Queensland State Archive on the 19 May, entitled “A dynamic map of Native Police movements”, is fully booked out. Dr Richards will discuss his digital mapping…Read more
This year, Professor Ann McGrath has been awarded the John Douglas Kerr Medal of Distinction for her contribution to Queensland history, and for the depth and breadth of her research and scholarship. [caption id="attachment_1006" align="aligncenter" width="680"] Professor Ann McGrath receiving the 2016 John Douglas Kerr Medal from His Eexcellency Paul De Jersey AC, Governor of…Read more
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