From rustlings under the bed-covers in early Colonial Australia through to the politics of the Sexual Revolution of the 1960s, up to the present day, Associate Professor Frank Bongiorno reveals previously hidden aspects of Australian History. An engaging lecturer as well as a gripping historical writer, we hope to see you there to learn new and curious things about our colourful past.
Held at the Auditorium, ANU Centre for China in the World, Fellows Lane, ANU on Wednesday 30 April, 6-7pm. Refreshments served from 5.30pm.
Hosted by the History Learning Community, students and the wider academic community passionate about exploring our past.