Composed By Peter Vincent Langton, University of Newcastle (Student, Bachelor of Arts) Ronald Godfrey Tanner was born on the 24th of September, 1927, in Brisbane Queensland, Australia. He was an only child and very little is known about his parents. Godfrey’s education began with his attendance at Melbourne Grammar throughout the war years, before … More Emeritus Professor Ronald Godfrey Tanner & Collected Papers
“Newcastle people are tough and resilient. They are no strangers to hardship and as a result of this earthquake we will have the chance to not only recover, but to renew both ourselves and our community. And our suffering will strengthen our resolve to make for a better future.” Graham R Lawrence, Dean of Christ … More The Newcastle Earthquake of 1989
By Angelique Carr Seventeen tracks featuring Convocation Lectures over two decades have just been uploaded to the Cultural Collections SoundCloud. These recordings were found in the University of Newcastle’s Oral History Collection. The playlist includes Dinner Speeches, Public Lectures and Inaugural Lectures. Highlights include the 1994 Newcastle Lecture by Thomas Keneally, who was recorded being briefed … More Convocation Lectures 1980 – 1999
On the 19-20 April 2017, members of the University’s Hunter Living Histories presented an overview of twenty years of work creating the 3D Virtual Newcastle Time Machine at the Digital Cultural Heritage: FUTURE VISIONS Conference in Brisbane. For more info on the conference proceedings click here. ‘Newcastle Time Machine – A multi-disciplinary approach to digital … More Newcastle in 1825 (2017) by Charles Martin
“Beyond School: Increasing Opportunities for Aboriginal People in Post-Secondary Education.” This was the title given to a conference that was planned and held at The University of Newcastle, Australia in October 1986. Organised by Ms Margaret Henry (Senior Lecturer in History at UoN), in conjunction with Mr John Heath (Lecturer in Aboriginal Studies at UoN), … More Aboriginal Education Conference 1986 (UON)
B17334 Honeysuckle Project Historical and Industrial Archaeological Survey. C. & M.J. Doring Pty Ltd Consulting Engineers. October 1991. 440p with plans (217 MB PDF File) (Donated by Professor Howard Dick) Digitised by volunteer Matthew Carr-Kirwan.
By Angelique Carr In the late 70s, through to the 80s, 2NUR FM hosted a program called ‘The Word This Week’. The show focused on poetry, prose and literary figures. Its topics varied from Shakespeare, to children, to cricket. Over 70 recordings of this show, and one or two other UON focused programs, were found … More Found: 2NUR FM From the 80s