Over 500 images capturing Newcastle in its ‘Golden Age’ have been digitised and are freely available through the University of Newcastle’s Living Histories. These images are from a collection of over 3000 slide images captured by the late Merv and Janet Copley and were digitised by Emily Connell, the University’s Inaugural 2022 Vera Deacon Intern. … More A Snapshot of ‘Golden Age Newcastle’ – The Merv and Janet Copley Slides
EXHIBITION Thursday 15 June – Sunday 27 August 2017 at the Newcastle Museum The RAD exhibition has opened and official launch is on Tuesday 4th July, at 5.15pm for 5.30pm start at the Newcastle Museum. The Radical Newcastle project is an initiative of the University of Newcastle’s School of Humanities and Social Science and is … More RAD Newcastle Exhibition – Newcastle & the Hunter through a radical lens
On Sunday 13 November 2016 the Crime & punishment Walk and Radical Newcastle walks were held in Newcastle. These pilot walks are an initiative of The Centre of 21st Century Humanities and Global Newcastle Network, supported by UON Library’s Cultural Collection. The walks were developed and led by UON historians Dr Nancy Cushing and Dr … More Walking Tours- Living Newcastle’s History
WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT! We are currently scoping historic material for the upcoming ‘Radical Newcastle’ exhibition, such as banners, posters and items associated with ‘radical’ events. If you have sources that relates to an interesting story about ‘Radical Newcastle’ and the Hunter region we would love to hear from you! Contact Ann Hardy at email@example.com … More RAD Exhibition- We need your support!