Talking History

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 community research. Everybody is welcome.

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Specific event details will be uploaded on our ‘What’s On’ page closer to each lecture.

Tuesday 19 March
Dr Paul Sendziuk & Robert Foster – A History of South Australia

Tuesday 16 April
Professor Catherine Speck – The letters between Hans Heysen and Nora Heysen

Tuesday 14 May
Denise George – Mary Lee: The life and times of a ‘turbulent anarchist’

Tuesday 28 May
Lainie Anderson – The epic flight that shrank the world

Tuesday 18 June
Dr Adrian Rudzinski & Victor Korobacz – The impact of Henry Krips, composer, conductor and educator, on South Australia’s cultural history 1949-1972

Tuesday 16 July  – Speaker to be confirmed

Tuesday 20 August
Professor Angela Woollacott – Don Dunstan: A biography

Tuesday 17 September
Professor Al Thomson – 40th anniversary of Oral History Australia

Monday 30 September
Dr Michael Molkentin: Anzac and Aviator 

Tuesday 15 October
Denise Schumann & Meleisa Judge: The Story of the forgotten sculptor August Saupe: 1844-1913 

Tuesday 19 November
Fidelma Breen and Stephanie James: Irish South Australia – New histories and insights

 

To listen to previous Talking History recordings visit iTunes or Soundcloud or by subscribing to Talking History on your favourite podcast app.