Good leadership is critical in the pursuit of change. Join Josephine Bourne for her talk on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leadership and the need to harness the talent and skills of the younger generations to carry out the work in front of us.
The DX Lab is thrilled to welcome three international guest speakers to present their work on developing, building and measuring digital experiences and engagement across the GLAM sector.
This talk will provide insights into the State Library of NSW collections of private reading bibles. From Indigenous language translations to bibles made for bush life, religion became bound up with a vision of cosmopolitan Australia.
Elise Edmonds, curator of the Library’s exciting new exhibition, Dead Central will talk about some of the collection items which inspired the exhibition and of the development process undertaken to present these fascinating stories.
Join the Library’s World War One specialist Elise Edmonds and guests on the 100th anniversary of the Treaty of Versailles. Our panel will discuss the impact of the Treaty on European society and politics, and the attempts to construct a new world order.
From tattooed convicts to Aboriginal evangelists; unionists, artists, suffragists and wowsers, all kinds of Australians have had an opinion on the Bible. This talk will explore some of the surprising and dynamic consequences for culture and society.
In Quarterly Essay 74, Erik Jensen, Editor in chief of The Saturday Paper, considers what went wrong for Labor and how Scott Morrison won his remarkable victory. Who are Morrison’s “quiet people”? What did Shorten Labor fail to see? And will fear always trump hope in politics?