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Past Tense. History: What is it good for?

Our cracking line-up of novelists, historians and history-makers respond to the provocation, History: What is it good for?

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Saturday 12 September 2020, 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

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With Professor Clare Wright at the helm, we hear from Megan Davis, Tony Birch, Lucy Treloar, Chris Flynn and James Dunk responding to the NSW History Week theme, History: What is it good for?

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