Research Seminars

All seminars will be held Fridays 12-1pm in E561 with lunch following, unless otherwise indicated,




8 March

Deborah Jordan (Monash)

Feminism and the Crisis of Eros: the Love Letters of Nettie and Vance Palmer 1909-1914

15 March

David Garrioch (Monash)

Innovation by Foreign Furniture-Makers in Eighteenth-Century Paris

22 March

Vesna Drapac (Adelaide University)

French Catholic Responses to Mobilisation and Defeat: Prelude to Collaboration?

29 March

Christopher Browning (Emeritus, UNC Chapel Hill and Pacific Lutheran University  in Tacoma, Washington)

Library talk:

Ordinary Men as Holocaust Perpetrators: A Reappraisal after Twenty-five years

5 April

Matt Fitzpatrick (Flinders University)

Sovereign Crowns? The Kaiser and the Sultan in the First Moroccan Crisis

12 April

Mimi Colligan (Monash)

Title to be advised

3 May

Stephen Legg (Monash)

Debating Climate Change in the Australasian Press, 1827-1956

17 May

Emma Nicholls (Monash)

Gendering the Archive in Renaissance Tuscany

24 May

No seminar.


31 May

Ruth Morgan (Monash)

Planting a People: Indigenous peoples and Australian trees in the Nilgiris of Southern India