Talking History public lecture series

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Talking History in 2017

Talking History is a series of free monthly lectures hosted by the History Trust of South Australia. Each month you can hear about a different aspect of South Australia's history. We have a range of speakers from various disciplines, from history and archaeology to architecture and urban ecology.

Everybody is welcome.


Tuesday 21 March 5:30pm

John Verran, a Cornish copper miner from Moonta, because Premier of South Australia and thus leader of the State's first majority Labor government.

Professor Philip Payton

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Wednesday 5 April 5:30pm

Talking History Presents: Adelaide’s Jubilee International Exhibition 1887-1888

This is a special event with a panel of speakers discussing Adelaide's Jubilee Exhibition and the building behind the action.


Tuesday 18 April 5:30pm

Puss Campbell’s Great Adventure: World War 2 through the diaries and photographs of a South Australian Army Nurse

Dr Janet Scarfe


Tuesday 16 May 6:00pm

Talking History and Museums Galleries Australia SA Presents: Saying the Unspeakable in Museums

Join us for a special Talking History session. To celebrate International Museums Day, a panel of guests from four very different Adelaide museums will share with you some of their most intriguing objects.


Tuesday 20 June 5:30pm

A New Attraction for Adelaide: the Centre of Democracy

Mandy Paul


Tuesday 18 July

Gallows and Governance at the Old Adelaide Gaol

Steven Anderson and Rhondda Harris


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To view an archive of past events please click here.


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