Dr Dolly MacKinnon:
Royal Consorts and The History of the Emotions, 24 October 2015
Presented by ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions and Latitude 37
 
Join Latitude 37 for this free event marking the release of their latest recording for ABC Classics, Royal Consorts. With stunning music from the time of the English Civil War period. This event offers an opportunity to learn about the repertoire from the artists and the music’s historical context with Dr Dolly MacKinnon (Senior Lecturer in Early Modern History, The University of Queensland, Associate Investigator, Australian Research Council’s Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions) in a conversational-style talk, and includes performance of excerpts by Latitude 37 from this exciting new ABC Classics CD.
 

 
Professor Alastair Blanshard:
Lessons from the Ancient Past for Contemporary Australia, 22 September 2015
UQ Global Engagement Series
An edited excerpt of the lecture is available at UQ Alumni News, History teaches us nothing can stop Bridezilla
 

 
Associate Professor Richard Hutch
Marching to the Courthouse for Freedom: The Life of a Volunteer in the American Civil Rights Movement in the Deep South in 1965
 

 
Dr David Pritchard:
War and Military Spending in the Ancient Athenian Democracy, 20 May 2015
Public lecture given at the University of Melbourne's School of Historical and Philosophical Studies
 

 
Professor Alastair Blanshard:
Inaugural Professorial Lecture: Why the Ancient Greeks Matter, 29 October 2014
Professor Blanshard is the Inaugural Dr Paul Eliadis Chair of Classics and Ancient History
 

  
Associate Professor Martin Crotty:
The Great War and its Place in Australian History, 8 July 2014
UQ Global Leadership Series, 2014
 

 
The following audio clips were taken from a series of public lectures organised by the Centre for Critical and Cultural Studies, a centre developing and promoting humanities research at UQ.
 
Other recordings of speakers from this series can be accessed from the Audio Recordings page of the Centre for the Critical and Cultural Studies website.
 
Dr Dolly MacKinnon:
History's cold cases: Ned's Head, and other bodies of evidence, 18 April 2013 (audio coming soon)
Introduction: Professor Gay Hawkins
Seminar Part One
Seminar Part Two
Seminar Part Three
Seminar Part Four
 
Associate Professor Martin Crotty:
Veterans Compared - Returned Soldiers in Australia and the Soviet Union, 8 March 2011
Introduction: Professor Graeme Turner [2.0 mb]
Seminar Part One [10.3 mb]
Seminar Part Two [10.1 mb]
Seminar Part Three [8.6 mb]
Seminar Part Four [9.8 mb]
 
Professor Paul Turnbull:
History in the Wake of the Web, 19 August 2010
Introduction: Professor Graeme Turner [1.4 mb]
Lecture Part One [5.1 mb]
Lecture Part Two [5.1 mb]
Lecture Part Three [5.1 mb]
Lecture Part Four [4.8 mb]
 
Professor Clive Moore:
Tell It As It Is - Life Writing, History and International Diplomacy in the Solomon Islands, 22 April 2010
Introduction: Dr Mark Andrejevic [0.9 mb]
Lecture Part One [6.2 mb]
Lecture Part Two [5.8 mb]
Lecture Part Three [6.4 mb]
Lecture Part Four [6.2 mb]
 
Associate Professor Martin Crotty:
Engaging the Enemy? - Historians and Popular Audiences, 24 September 2009
Introduction: Professor Graeme Turner [1.4 mb]
Lecture Part One [6.0 mb]
Lecture Part Two [5.8 mb]
Lecture Part Three [5.5 mb]
Lecture Part Four [5.4 mb]
 

 
The following audio clips were taken from a public seminar given for the UQ Cultural History Project.
 
Dr David Pritchard:
War Minus the Shooting: Sport and Democracy in Ancient Athens, 16 February 2010
Seminar Part One
Seminar Part Two
Seminar Part Three
Seminar Part Four
Seminar Part Five
Seminar Text
 
War, Democracy and Culture in Fifth-Century Athens, 16 February 2010
Seminar Part One
Seminar Part Two
Seminar Part Three
Seminar Text 
 

 

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