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My year as a research fellow …

My 12-month research fellowship with the State Library of Queensland (SLQ) has come to an end. What a wonderful experience! While I learnt a lot about my topic, I learnt even more about myself. Here’s my SLQ video interview about … Continue reading

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What happened on the homefront during WWII? Townsville Festival of Stories.

 

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“Under the Skin 4” – SLQ Fellows’ presentations about the world wars

On 29 March 2019, I was honoured to present some findings of my project, “Queensland Women and War: a multicultural perspective of the experiences of female civilians during World War II”, at a public event at the State Library of … Continue reading

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An invitation: hear about my “Women and War” project for SLQ

Are you curious about what happened during wartime in Australia?  Follow the progress of the 2018 Q ANZAC 100: Memories for a New Generation Fellows Elaine Acworth, Dr Anastasia Dukova, Dr Martin Kerby and Deborah Terranova as they bring to life memories and … Continue reading

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Read history this year

Secret shame or wartime security? Learn the shocking truth about civilian imprisonment in Australia during WWII. Great gift idea for the history buffs in your family. Buy a copy direct from the author and have it autographed.

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Queensland Women and War research project

In July 2018, the State Library of Queensland awarded me a research fellowship for my project, “Queensland women and war: a multicultural perspective of the experiences of female civilians during World War II”. For the project I am seeking to … Continue reading

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