Did you know… 'Sorry Day' and the ‘National Apology’ are two different significant dates for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people?
To read some of the stories from the Stolen Generations and their descendants, access the full Inquiry document or read the guide to the findings of the ‘Bringing Them Home report’, visit the book display located in the Barr Smith Library Level 1 Yaitya Ngutupira reading area.
All University Library locations will be closed on Monday 27 January 2020 for the public holiday.
We are very grateful to you all for your patronage and support over the years.
Perhaps you've resolved to try and read more books in 2020 or use the library more often? Check out the 12 categories in our Reading Challenge and join us as we break out of our book comfort zones.
This art exhibition features the creative talents of photographer Colleen Raven Strangways of Nharla Photography. Her contemporary portraits of Aboriginal women capture a determined spirit, resonant with the suffrage movement 125 years ago and vital in the fight for equity for First Nation Australians.
Explore Fisher's groundbreaking research in this exhibition, now on Level 1 South of the Barr Smith Library.
The final Friends of the Library event for 2019, on Wednesday 20 November, will be a conversation with Lainie Anderson, author of Long Flight Home - a meticulously researched novelisation of the first flight from England to Australia by the Smith brothers, which celebrated its centenary this year.