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Now that we have explored the fundamentals of HLRV, in this session we will put our learning into practice.
Step back in time to 1813 and follow the journey of Gregory Blaxland, William Charles Wentworth and William Lawson.
Australia’s first children’s book - A Mother’s Offering to Her Children - was published in 1841. The author was known simply as ‘A Lady Long Resident in NSW’.
‘You can’t put a price on human life’ is a truism that has been countered by economists, politicians and policy makers who do precisely set that price, for many social and economic purposes. What if we asked the same question of the humanities?