Don’t mention the war (at home)

By Hall Greenland   It is the season for centenary commemorations of the Great War. In the past months: the battles at Pozières, Mouquet Farm, Fromelles, and the Somme. The great and the good have been sorrowful and respectful of the fallen – as they should be. Lest we forget? No way. Just don’t mention... Continue Reading →

Labour History Conference Registrations Now Open

Registrations are now open for the 2015 Labour History Conference: FIGHTING AGAINST WAR: PEACE ACTIVISM IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. Registrations can be completed online by clicking here. We would appreciate it, where possible, if delegates opt for a direct deposit. Please ensure that your name is included as the reference when making your transfer. The conference will... Continue Reading →

FIGHTING AGAINST WAR: PEACE ACTIVISM IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY

Registrations have now closed. The conference will be held at Queen's College, University of Melbourne, 11-13 February 2015. Keynote speakers for the 14th biennial Labour History conference are Professors Verity Burgmann, Marilyn Lake, and Bruce Scates. The conference is supported by the Australian Society for the Study of Labour History, the National Tertiary Education Union,Swinburne... Continue Reading →

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