Paul Sendziuk and Robert Foster
Why do we need a new history of South Australia?
by and Associate Professors in the School of Humanities Department of History, is the first comprehensive, single-volume history of the State to be published in over fifty years.
The authors will speak to the need for a fresh understanding and examination of South Australia’s complex past - including conditions prior to European exploration, the imprint of people on the land – and vice versa, the ‘free’ state settlement, relations between Indigenous people and colonisers, the establishment of the State’s distinctive socio-political structures, and relationships with the rest of Australia and the world. Important previous work edited by Paul Sendziuk and Robert Foster in and , both published Wakefield Press, has contributed to these new perspectives.
Copies will be on sale courtesy the University of Adelaide Co-Op Bookshop
WHEN: Thursday 4 April, 6pm for 6.30pm
WHERE: Ira Raymond Exhibition Room, Barr Smith Library, University of Adelaide
ENTRY: $10 at the door. Includes glass of wine. Students free.
RSVP: by 2 April to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 8313 6356