Environmental History & Heritage
At the June 2022 Hunter Living Histories showcase Associate Professor Nancy Cushing spoke about the HIST2065 ‘Australian Environmental History’ course and assignment specifically on the heritage of the University of Newcastle Callaghan Campus.
Many of the students during Semester 1, 2022 reached out to Special Collection to find relevant resources related to the history of the campus.
We were very fortunate to have Adelaide Dufty (UON student) attend the monthly showcase to share her work on the Don Morris Walk located at Callaghan Campus.
VIEW Don Morris Walk project online HERE
WATCH HERE Associate Prof Nancy Cushing speaking about HIST2065 ‘Australian Environmental History’ course
WATCH HERE Adelaide Dufty (UON student) on the Don Morris Walk located at Callaghan Campus
How to Access Our Collections
Online at Living Histories Digital platform
Students and researchers requiring access Special Collections can book an appointment in the Special Collections Reading Room Or ask a question through our enquiry form
This post is part of the Fringe Histories series – June theme is ‘Environmental Histories’. If you would like to get involved see further information here.
Many thanks to Adelaide Dufty and Assoc. Professor Nancy Cushing for their contributions.
Compiled by Dr Ann Hardy
GLAMx Lab and Digital Projects Co-ordinator,
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