Since 1995, the Bernard Bailyn Lecture has been presented annually by La Trobe University to mark the University's expertise in North American studies,and to provide an opportunity for a distinguished scholar in a relevant discipline to visit La Trobe University. The lecture is named after the first speaker, Professor Bernard Bailyn, whose distinguished and award winning work centres on early American history and the American Revolution.
This year the Bernard Bailyn Lecture titled 'The Atlantic World of the 1780s and Botany Bay: The Lost Connection' will be given by Professor Alan Frost.
Thursday 20th November
5.30 - 6.30pm
Michael J. Osborne Centre, Institute for Advanced Study.
La Trobe University, Bundoora, Victoria
RSVP 14th November email@example.com
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